Jennifer is a geologist and environmental scientist with 30 years of experience. She is a knowledgeable advocate who works with both her clients and regulators to identify mutually agreeable and successful solutions for environmental challenges. Jennifer views herself as an extension of her clients’ teams – her role is to provide technical expertise and guidance and to assemble the right team to move projects forward.
Jennifer’s experience includes investigation, evaluation, permitting, and research of a variety of traditional and renewable energy facilities and linear conveyances; government land trades; land development and redevelopment projects; trust and in-fee tribal lands; pulp and paper mills; steel mills; lumber mills and value-added wood and paper products; metals and plastics manufacturing; food processing plants; high-tech industries; nurseries and greenhouses; and undeveloped properties.
“I view myself as a ‘people connector.’ I like to be as useful as possible to my clients, including finding ways to assist or offer other resources and connections they may find helpful. I understand that my project is but one piece of a larger puzzle that has deadlines, challenges, and moving parts – that motivates me to ensure that my clients’ expectations for my role are not only met but exceeded.”