Jenn’s work in environmental site characterization and remediation has taken her to the leading edge of our practice in vapor intrusion and emerging contaminants.
- Hazardous Waste Site Characterization & Remediation
- Vapor Intrusion Assessments
- PFAS Investigations
- Environmental Due Diligence
Jenn works on a number of projects under the USEPA Brownfields program, conducting environmental assessments and preparing regulatory submittals. She has extensive field experience and familiarity with environmental regulations across several states which adds value to our clients’ projects. Jenn earned a degree in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire and holds a master’s degree in engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.
At Sanborn Head, Jenn helps with Sanborn Head’s business practices, reviewing contracts and educating staff about risk management practices. As a supervisor, Jenn also enjoys the opportunity to mentor staff and guide their career development. For Jenn, the most exciting part of her job is the continual learning that happens with each project or site. This oftentimes means getting to work at the forefront of emerging issues and using new technologies that bring a new perspective to the project.
Jenn is active in the Geoprofessional Business Association’s Environmental Business Council and leads a Vapor Intrusion Task Force. She is also the Lead Engineer for the NH Chapter of Engineers Without Borders project that is installing drinking water wells in Uganda.
Outside of work, she loves to spend time in the mountains, whether it’s hiking, backpacking, skiing, or family camping trips. Jenn also enjoys running, reading, visiting new places, and going on long road trips.
Jenn is a Professional Engineer in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.