Haley & Aldrich’s Lisa Bradley recognized among 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining
Published on: January 14, 2016
Boston, MA (January 14, 2016) -- Haley & Aldrich, an engineering and environmental consulting firm, announced today that Dr. Lisa JN Bradley, Vice President and Senior Toxicologist/Risk Assessor, was recognized as one of the top women in mining by the non-profit organization, Women in Mining (UK), in its 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining 2016 report. The annual report highlights the significant contributions made by women to the mining industry.
Dr. Bradley, who was nominated for this honor by her peers, has more than 20 years of experience in risk assessment and toxicology. She is part of a select group of women in toxicology who are helping companies prepare risk assessments for the utility, mining and manufacturing industries.
“We are very proud that Lisa has been recognized among the very top professionals in her field,” said Eric Mears, Vice President and Mining Market Segment Leader. “As an expert in assessing human health risk associated with mine wastes and coal combustion products, Lisa is at the forefront of mining safety initiatives in communities around the world. In addition to her leadership in risk assessment and toxicology, she is equally adept at working with communities to inform and address the concerns of the public and key stakeholders.”
Dr. Bradley has managed risk assessments for utility and mining sites in many EPA regions and state remedial programs; conducted risk assessments for coal ash landfills and provided environmental communications for proposed landfills; and has worked with clients to evaluate and comment on state groundwater standards for coal ash and other regulated materials. Her extensive expertise also includes strategic planning, expert testimony and public communication skills. She is published in trade and peer-reviewed journals, is a frequent speaker at conferences to report on new developments concerning risk assessment and toxicology, and is often asked to comment on proposed regulations for respected industry organizations.
Dr. Bradley has a Ph.D. in Toxicology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.S. degree in Chemistry and Zoology from the University of Idaho. In 2014, she was appointed to the National Coal Council by the U.S. Secretary of Energy to provide toxicology and risk assessment expertise to the council. She is the secretary and treasurer for the American Coal Ash Association and a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology.
“WIM UK is delighted to present the 2016 Global Inspirational Women in Mining,” said Nichole McCulloch, chair, International Committee, Women in Mining (UK). “This book highlights the diverse female talent globally contributed to the mining industry over the last year.”
Haley & Aldrich’s mining expertise includes legacy site remediation, compliance with dynamic environmental regulations, safety, sustainability, and complex permitting solutions. Haley & Aldrich focuses on bringing a new perspective to improve mining processes and operations to help its clients capture unexpected value and efficiencies.
About Women in Mining (WIM)
WIM (UK) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the development of women in the mining and minerals sector. Formed in 2006, the group now includes more than 1,200 members who collectively represent a variety of mining-related businesses and professions. For more information, visit www.womeninmining.org.uk.
About Haley & Aldrich
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