Jigar Adhvaryu (2004)
Environmental Engineer with Kleinfelder, Inc. Does site assessment and remediation work on contaminated sites, as well as Phase I and Phase II environmental investigations.
Brooke Bingaman (1995)
Meteorologist for the National Weather Service - San Francisco Bay & Monterey, CA Forecast Office. Our office issues warnings, watches and advisories along with the public forecasts for the San Francisco Bay & Monterey Bay areas. We also do a lot of outreach activities in the community to educate people about their local weather and how to be prepared for emergencies. advice: My Environmental Science degree has paired nicely with my Master's in Meteorology. Global warming and climate change are still hot topics in the news. My knowledge of environmental issues helps me explain the meteorological aspects to media and the public. Also, the National Weather Service (NWS) has a program for forecasters to be trained as IMETs (Incident Meteorologists). IMETs are called out to incidents to provide specialized forecasts. This was originally designed to help the Forest Service during fire season, but IMETs are now being trained for oil spills and chemical hazards.
Sarah Lozano (1997)
Environmental planner with Dudek & Associates, a consulting firm that specializes in biological resource studies, habitat conservation planning, habitat restortion design, implementation and monitoring and CEQA/NEPA analysis and documentation preparation.
Tim Martin (1998)
Environmental scientist with SOTA Environmental Technology, a consulting firm specializing in Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, pollution prevention and permitting, geotechnical engineering, and remediation design and implementation.
Rachel Care (1997)
Graduated with a Master's in Air and Water Resource Management from Duke University in 1999. Works for Intel as a Microclimatology Engineer.
Cindy Jones (2000)
Cindy just finished a year commitment as a Volunteer ESL Instructor & Environmental Education Program Coordinator with the Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center in Heredia, Costa Rica. She's now back in California looking for another job and would like to do similar overseas work in the future. To learn more about Learning Center volunteer work, please check out their website.
Megan Virgili (2000)
Megan is a GIS Trainer and Consultant with AllPoints GIS located in Boulder. She works with a variety of environmental consulting projects and specializes in customizing internet mapping applications (ArcIMS). Megan graduated with a Master's degree in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Redlands.
Katie Rogerson (1998)
Convervation Campaign Coordinator for the Wilderness Society, Sourthern Rockies Forest Network. The Southern Rockies Forest Network is a coalition of 24 local, regional, and conservation organizations dedicated to protecting and restoring the wildlands, flora, and fauna of Colorado and southern Wyoming. The campaign Katie works on focuses on Responsible Motorized Recreation in the Southern Rockies eco-region.
Katie found it very difficult after graduation to find a job with a non-profit conservation/environmental organization. If she can be of assistance to any student interest in finding a job with a non-profit or non-government organization, please contact her, she would be glad to help!
J. Brooke Bingaman (1995)
Brooke is a graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She teaches Intro to Meteorology Lab sections at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and assists professors with grading lecture materials. In addition, Brooke is a student intern for the National Weather Service and a back-up weather anchor for the local CBS station.
Aimee DelAguila (1998)
Aimee is pursuing a master's degree in geography at the Univeristy of Hawaii.
Robin Lea Chung (1998)
Graduated from Indiana University's School of Public Affairs with a Master's degree.
Greg Stiles (1999)
Pursuing an M.S. in Environmental Management & Policy at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Erica Brown (1998)
Environmental Biologist, Ocean Arks International. Researches, selects, and collects plants and other organisms used in ecological engineered Living Machines. Directs planting and seeding at sites where Living Machines are being constructed. Writes research and design proposals and reports. With the support of a Fulbright Scholarship to Budapest, Hungary, Erica earned a M.S. degree in Environmental Science & Policy from Central European University in 2000.
Ben Gaddis (1997)
Participated in the US Peace Corps Environmental Program in the Ukraine. Currently pursuing a MAT and MEM at Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment.
Ben Vierra (2001)
Student living in Carrboro, North Carolina. Pursuing a Master's of Natural Resources at North Carolina State University (Raleigh).
Joseph Chung (2001)
Hydrologic Technician, Hillsboro, Oregon
Joseph works for the Watermaster Office for Washington County, Oregon. In
Cooperation with the Oregon Water Resources Department, he conducts stream
flow measurements and well monitoring, in the Tualatin River Basin.
Brennan Garrelts (2006)
Attending Graduate School at Oregon State University. Earning a
Masters of Science in Forest Science.
Anita Cate Smyth (1993)
Wetland Scientist working in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Anita's job entails ecological data collection and analysis, wetland permitting, mitigation site design, post-construction monitoring, land use planning, working with threatened and endangered species, working with hazardous materials, and reconnaissance work.
Andrea Meadows (2001)
Northwest Youth Corps. Andrea is Crew Leader with the Youth Forest Camp program, which builds and maintains trails throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Jeremy Markiewicz (2000)
Jeremy is a Deputy District Attorney in Medford, OR
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Jenny Andrews (2003)
Jenny is an intern at the Western Rivers Conservancy, where she manages WRC's publications, their Web site and other communications. She also provides technical and administrative support.
Spencer Bohaboy (1994)
Spencer is currently a student, but previously managed environmental affairs and hazardous materials distribution for Maxim Integrate Product, a semiconductor facility.
Aaron Briggs (2000)
Onyx Environmental Services.
Eric Brody (1996)
Sustainable Business Integration Manager at Nike, Inc.
Eric manages environmental programs that address the issues of sourcing, manufacturing, transporting and selling Nike's products around the world.
Eli Caudill (1996)
Eili is working as a building science specialist where he educates people in the home building industry about energy efficiency in residential construction. He also designs small scale prototypes in the fields of sensors, gas and particle collection, liquid and gas handling, low temperature plasma, electro sprays, and thermal management. In addition to his Willamette degree, Eli received a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Portland State University in 2002.
Alida (Godfrey) Copping (1998)
Alida is currently temping.
Meg (Christensen) Griffith (2002)
High School Teacher in Beaverton.
Meg teaches biology and hopes to make a move to teaching environmental science, integrated math, and computer literacy. She's starting a research club for minority, economically disadvantaged, and first time college bound students. Meg married Jay Griffith (also a WU graduate) last summer. Meg and Jay met when the politics and environmental science departments came together to offer the first Forest Ecology and Policy course.
Heidi Hausermann (1999)
Zoo Teen Educator, Oregon Zoo.
Supervises, coordinates, and trains teenage volunteers. The Oregon Zoo Education Department has several seasonal job opportunities during the summer months.
Jed Jorgensen (2000)
Intern for the Institute for the Northwest.
J.O. Price (1995)
Geographic Information System Specialist at Metro, the regional government.
Legal Administrative Assistant at 1000 Friends of Oregon, a land use watchdog organization. Also worked as a Northwest Service Academy team member performing environmental service projects. She plans to enter the Master's in Urban & Regional Planning program at Portland State University.
Kristana Kinnett (1999)
Environmental Specialist with the Roseburg Forest Products Co.
Kristana assists in ensuring that the company complys with local, state and federal regulations.
Alyssa Bakke (2003)
Water Rights Specialist in Salem.
Sally Mills (1998)
Water Quality Program Coordinator with the City of Tigard.
Evan Larson (2002)
Evan is a graduate student in the Department of Geography at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is pursuing a Master's degree and his research will be based on the science of dendroecology. Evan will be studying past climates and fire regimes on Mt. Taylor, New Mexico and on the island of the Dominican Republic.
Michael Heald (1996)
Michael is a Science Teacher and Wilderness Director and Lacrosse Coach at St. Mark's School of Texas in Dallas, TX
He teaches 6th grade Life Science and 7th grade Earth Science. He takes 6-9th grade students on backpacking trips in TX and NM.
Advice: He just received a Masters in Geoscience from Mississippi State University.
Lisa Frost (2007)
Aspen Achievement Academy is a wilderness therapy program for teenagers.
Lisa works in the wilderness for 8 days at a time with groups of 4 to 8 students and 1 to 2 other staff.
Lisa helps facilitate day to day hiking, camp set-up, group therapy sessions, and helps students to grow and learn through daily tasks, therapy assignments, and living in a group setting.
The position can be year-round or seasonal; and the company is very flexible and supportive.
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Salt Lake City
Kaitlin Barklow (Marousis) (2005)
ICP/MS Analyst with American West Analytical Laboratories, and environmental chemistry lab in Salt Lake City, UT
Kaitlin runs an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer to determine trace amounts of metals in water and soil samples.
Feel free to contact Kaitlin if you need any help in the SLC area!
Leigh Bernacchi (2004)
Writing Instructor and Graduate Student in Environmental Humanities
Leigh's currently working on her MS thesis on the Hetch Hetchy Valley controversy which uses photographs and personal experiences to explore the watershed above the dam. She also teaches introduction to and intermediate college writing at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
Andrew Krawczyk (2001)
Environmental Analyst: Eastern Research Group, 2200 Wilson Blvd, Suite 400, Arlington, VA, 22201-3324. Andrew works as a contractor with the EPA, developing, recruiting and implementing Voluntary Partnership Programs. He works specifically with the Commuter Choice Leadership Initative and Wastewise program. According to Andrew, "ERG and Washington DC in general is a great place to go right after graduation. There are a lot of young, ambitious people working here and the job market is always hot!" To become a good, well-rounded candidate, Andrew recommends that in addition to the hard sciences, you have some background in politics, computers, and economics, and perhaps a year of office experience.
Heather (Schultz) Clarke
Bob Bergquist, LEED AP (1989)
Environmental Manager, Skillings-Connolly. Bob manages a multi-disciplinary environmental consulting division in an engineering, transportation, and environmental firm of 70 employees.
He provides technical services to clients in the areas of project management, environmental review (SEPA NEPA EIS), permitting, wetlands, ecological restoration, endangered species, toxics cleanup, and sustainable development.
His advice: If you plan on practicing in the environmental industry, a BS is far doors as well. Consulting right out of college with an established firm is a good way to go.
Jon Shea (2005)
Mountain Guide- Mt. Rainier/McKinley National Park
Mountain guide with Rainier Mountaineering guiding trips on Rainier, McKinley and other international destinations.
Ethan Hennessey (1995)
Environmental/Soils Technician. Ethan oversees various geotechnical aspects of construction projects, monitors erosion and sediment control measures, prepares and reviews environmental site assessments, and oversees laboratory soil testing. His advice to current EES students is to earn a B.S. degree rather than a B.A., if possible. He has found that a B.S. will open a lot more doors in the field than a B.A. will.
Pete Jenkins (2000)
Jennifer Hiebler Chariarse (1999)
Environmental Planner. Employed with the Washington Department of Transportation in Vancouver, Washington.
Eldon is an IT Manager for Carson International.
Lara Johnson Foley (1997)
Co-director and GIS Analyst for the Tarangire Elephant Project, Tanzania
Managing the Tarangire Elephant Project which includes conducting and supervising elephant demographic and behavioral research, GIS mapping and analysis, fundraising, and administration.
Rebecca Detrich (2000)
Activity Instructor, Anglican Youthworks Royal National Park. Instructs students in various outdoor activities, including: rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, sailing and bushwalking.