Sarah has assisted on multiple wetland delineations and has prepared many reports for clients such as critical areas determinations, wetland delineation reports, mitigation bank monitoring reports, and water quality monitoring reports. Prior to joining ELS, Sarah studied the effects of water pollution on microscopic crustacean population dynamics. She presented the findings of this research at the annual Geological Society of America conference with her co-researchers in 2015. Sarah’s experiences in the service and communication industry allow her to communicate effectively with clients and team members to help determine solutions to their environmental needs in the most cost-effective way possible.

What is something about yourself that might surprise others?

I was the mascot for my junior high; The Washington Junior High Wildcat. Unfortunately, I totally hated it.

What do you like most about working at ELS?

Every project at ELS is unique, and it provides ample opportunity to consult with co-workers about their experience and opinions on how to proceed. Also, it doesn’t hurt that a large chunk of the job involves being outdoors.

If you could have a superpower, what would it be and why?

To teleport. My sister and a lot of my friends live far away – that way I’d be able to see them more often.