Julianne has a B.S. in Earth and Environmental Science and came to ELS with habitat restoration experience including noxious weed control and planting of native vegetation. As an ELS employee, Julianne has worked on numerous mitigation and monitoring projects. She has performed delineations, habitat assessments, critical areas reports, and mitigation plans. Julianne has written various reports and prepared permits such as USACE Individual Permit, Section 401 Certification, and Critical Areas Variance, and worked with various agencies including the US Army Corps of Engineers, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Washington State Department of Ecology. Julianne is an effective team player with a positive attitude and ELS is happy to have her on our team!
What do you like most about working at ELS?
My colleagues are like family and the atmosphere of ELS is second to none. ELS truly cares about their employees and clients and makes sure we are well taken care of.
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would it be?
What’s a fear you are proud to have overcome?
Traveling alone. There’s something very therapeutic about enjoying your own company in an unfamiliar area where nobody knows you.
What is something about yourself that might surprise others?
I played football in middle school and was the only girl in the league for three years. Also, I was cutting hair professionally at age 19 before I graduated high school at 21. Sometimes life takes you on an unexpected path.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
When people ride in the zoom zoom lane but don’t zoom zoom.