Skilled Project Manager with 2 years of experience in Environmental studies, analyses, and recommendations. Strong analytical, project management,
organizational, interpersonal relationship, attention to details, and communication skills.
Excellent communication skills
Interpersonal communication skills
Excellent written and verbal skills
Regulations: Understanding of state, federal and local environmental and water quality regulations.
Technical Report Preparation: Ability to analyze and compile technical data and findings into technical reports to meet client specifications, deadlines, and needs.
Technical Document Review: Ability to read and comprehend technical documents, specifications, and site plans.
Field Work: Ability to conduct professional and efficient field work in a variety of terrain, weather conditions, and areas of work. Typical field work includes soil and water testing, visual inspection for environmental conditions, photographic documentation, and mapping.
Software: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Excel, arcGIS, PC operating system, OpenOffice.
Life Saving Skills: American Red Cross, Wilderness First
Aid, May 2009, American Red Cross, CPR Certification, May
Norton Trail Project
While in College and in conjunction with a full course load, I volunteered with the Norton Trail Project, which aims to establish a nature trail in
Norton, VA. Typical duties included conducting monthly water sampling/testing for the project, which included collecting
samples from 8 different locations in the planned nature area, and using
equipment to test turbidity, suspended load, pH, water temperature, and total dissolved
Boy Scout Eagle Project
a group of 20 Scouts and Adults to build an artificial wetland at the Arlington
Outdoor Lab. The effort moved
16 tons of rock to build a rock wall to create a protected inlet and walkway for
Project Manager December 2013 to CurrentProfessional Service Industries, Inc － Fairfax, Virginia
Conduct a variety of field and office work related to environmental issues including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, Underground and above-ground tank closures, Groundwater and Soil Remediation, water and soil testing, and Industrial Hygiene testing.
Routinely conduct office work and reports in a professional and timely manner to provide clients with accurate and complete information.
Actively contributed to the company's growth goals through strategic marketing and business development.
Developed a solid team workskill set from working with the Department Manager, and other Project Managers.
Developed a strong understanding of local, state, and federal regulations and codes relating to environmental studies and human health.
September 2013 to November 2013
Fairfax County Park Authority
Taught two pre-prescribed programs for Fairfax County students; Earth and Sky, and Meaningful Watershed Education Experience (MWEE), according to educational standards.
Engaged all students to promote interest, and care for all aspects of the natural world.
Used a variety of effective teaching methods to insure understanding among all learning styles.
July 2012 to November 2013
Recreational Equipment Incorporated
clients in finding outdoor clothing and supplies for recreational activities
through teaching and understanding of each client.
closely with sales associates and managers to ensure superior customer service,
helping an average of 50 clients a week in getting outfitted.
about each individual client to find out what outdoor activities they will be
participating in, and make suggestions based on responses.
and conduct research about the latest outdoor equipment and clothing to
understand the market better, and further help clients.
June 2009 to July 2012
Arlington Outdoor Lab
students importance of environmental stewardship and conservation through
leadership and team building.
a solid leadership and team building skill set from working with students,
counselors, and Outdoor Lab management.
contributed to the mission of the Outdoor Lab by teaching groups of students
about outdoor skills, and consistently led groups of 6-12 students to do this.
and lead environmental activities both indoor and outdoor for students.
Created and implemented a geology program for
students, teaching the unique geology of the Outdoor Lab property through
discussion, student interaction, and examining rock samples found on the
April 2006 to May 2007
Long Branch Nature Center
for various animals by feeding, cleaning of cages, and providing health care.
prepare presentations by setting up projectors, power points, and gathering
lead tours of the building and grounds for visitors, which averaged 48 visitors
Bachelor of Science : Environmental Science, 2012University of Virginia's College at Wise － Wise, VA, United States
two Senior Seminar research projects on geologic topics of interest. The first
project was on the frequency and occurrence of earthquakes in Virginia, and the
second was on the origin and formation of the Yellowstone Hotspot track.
took leadership roles in group activities, and completed assigned portions of
projects on time, and to expectations.
field work and testing through coursework, which included soil testing, water
testing, discharge calculations, structural geology mapping, and rock and
in three field trips with fellow geology students during school breaks to visit
geologically significant areas in Pennsylvania, Eastern Virginia, and Missouri.
Visited and witnessed a Galena mine in action while in Missouri.
Physical Geology, Ecology and Evolutionary Processes, Historical Geology, Environmental Geology, Land Restoration, Hydrogeology, Rocks and Rock-Forming Minerals, Geology of Natural Resources, Environmental Chemistry, Oceanography, Geographic Information System I (GIS), and Geographic Information System II (GIS)