Senior Environmental Scientist
Jenifer is an environmental scientist with over 13 years experience in environmental assessment, data analysis, resource protection, and risk assessment. She offers broad expertise in environmental monitoring, site characterization, remediation planning, and regulatory compliance. Jenifer has provided NEPA, CERCLA, RCRA and Natural Resource Damage Assessment support to U.S. Department of Energy Environmental Programs at both the Hanford Site and Los Alamos National Laboratory with a strong foundation in federal and state environmental regulations.
Jenifer has developed human health and ecological toxicity screening levels for the Los Alamos National Laboratory and has conducted complex post-remediation risk analyses to demonstrate compliance with agency agreements and federal regulations. In addition, she has developed and authored more than 30 monitoring and management plans for biological resources and agency-listed species, stakeholder, tribe and trustee communication plans, remediation plans, sampling and analysis plans, remedial design/remedial action work plans, and other environmental and regulatory documents.
Education & Certifications
Masters of Science, Environmental Science; emphasis in Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment – Washington State University, 2003
Bachelor of Science, Biology; Minor in Environmental Chemistry – University of California, San Diego, 1998