Jessica is a Project Management Professional who is skilled at leading project teams to help clients address environmental concerns.
- High Resolution Site Characterization
- Fractured Bedrock Contamination Investigations
- Site Conceptual Models
- Wastewater Compliance
Jessica has extensive experience investigating, collaborating with modelers, and developing remediation strategies for contaminated soil, rock and groundwater. She has particular expertise in evaluating sites with fractured bedrock using advanced field techniques with data visualization tools to help clients gain a better understanding of site conditions. Beyond the technical aspects of her work, Jessica combines her business acumen and collaborative communication style, to manage projects efficiently and effectively. Jessica has a Project Management Professional Certification, and she is a member of the Project Management Institute.
At Sanborn Head, Jessica values the collaborative approach taken to address environmental concerns that includes clients, regulators, and partners. She is also excited to work at a firm that is involved in the leading edge of groundwater contaminant research and innovations.
Jessica has a Bachelor of Art degree from University of California at Santa Barbara and a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science and hydrogeology from Plattsburgh State University of New York.
Outside of work, you will likely find Jessica outdoors at all times of year – snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, swimming camping, or biking. When she is looking for more sedentary pursuits, Jessing enjoys making pottery at a local studio.