Erin investigates and develops strategies for multi-stakeholder contaminated sediment, soil, porewater, and groundwater sites. She has experience designing, implementing, and managing remedial investigations to characterize the nature and extent of contaminants in various environmental media, and evaluating the impact of contamination on natural resources.
Erin helps her public and private sector clients work through technical challenges related to environmental contamination, compliance, and liability. She specializes in performing technical data analysis and developing innovative presentation techniques to communicate strategies and solutions to regulatory and multi-disciplinary audiences.
She is serving as a technical lead and project manager to a supplemental remedial investigation and feasibility study being conducted at River Mile 11 East (within the Portland Harbor Superfund Site). and at a former log yard/sawmill site within the Port of Tacoma, Washington. She also serves as the project hydrogeologist, managing the long-term operation and maintenance activities and reporting for the McCormick and Baxter Superfund Site.
Erin, who is highly proficient in Spanish, has volunteered on seven rural water projects in Central and South America. Through this work, she mentored students and professionals and collaborated with NGOs, regulators, and community members to help develop, design, and implement cost-effective and practical water systems to meet basic human needs.
- Registered Geologist, Oregon
- Licensed Geologist, Washington
- MS, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Hydrogeology Track, University of New Mexico
- BS, Geological Sciences (with minor in Spanish), University of Oregon
- OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER
- OSHA HAZWOPER Supervisor
- First Aid, CPR, and AED