Farallon in the Community

Get to know Beth Padgett
June 17, 2019
Get to know Beth Padgett A Farallon team member for 5 years, Beth Padgett is a Project Geologist based out of our Seattle, Washington office. This will be Beth’s fifth year as the Farallon coordinator for Food Frenzy, a friendly competition between local businesses to help feed our hungry neighbors. As coordinator, Beth spends time each year volunteering at the Food Lifeline warehouse and...
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Get to know Emerald Erickson-Mulanax
March 26, 2019
Get to know Emerald Erickson-Mulanax A Farallon team member for 9 years, Emerald is an Associate Geologist based out of our Issaquah, Washington office. Emerald was recently elected to the SURF 2019 Board of Trustees. She became an active SURF member 5 years ago and has participated in the Meeting Planning and Communications Committees. Recently, Emerald participated in the SURF Climate Change...
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Farallon's Q4 2018 Core Value Award Winners
February 14, 2019
Farallon encourages Employee-Owners to personally recognize colleagues and express appreciation for outstanding contributions and exceptional work. On a quarterly basis, Farallon gives special recognition and awards to a select group of fellow Employee-Owners who exemplify Farallon’s Core Values and contribute to company success. This quarter’s core value award winners were chosen by their peers...
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Farallon Welcomes Chief Financial Officer Craig Recob
September 21, 2018
Farallon Consulting is proud to announce Craig Recob as its new Chief Financial Officer. Craig possesses extensive experience, having held chief financial officer and senior finance roles for a broad range of technology and financial services companies. His proficiencies include executive leadership, financial management, operational efficiency, strategic planning, forecasting and analysis, and...
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After Hours: Don Lance and the Bee Team
September 6, 2018
Sometimes, Farallon Senior Geologist Don Lance protects the environment by managing multimillion-dollar cleanup projects, and sometimes he does it one pollinator at a time. Don’s interest in bees started in the early 1980s in the Sonoran desert. A coworker’s honeybee hive swarmed—a natural event to create a new hive when the original hive is overpopulated—and Don was able to capture the swarm and...
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Farallon Comes Together for Tiny Houses
March 22, 2018
Here at Farallon, we recognize the importance of community service and are proactive in volunteering and giving back to our local communities. Next month, employees from our Seattle and Issaquah, Washington offices will be providing labor to help build tiny houses for the Whittier Heights Tiny Village for Women. This effort is a perfect match for our employees, who are extremely resourceful...
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Farallon Welcomes Principal Chris Kovac and Senior Engineer Suzy Stumpf
February 5, 2018
Farallon recently welcomed Principal Engineer Chris Kovac and Senior Design Engineer Suzy Stumpf, to its offices in Washington State. Chris joins Farallon’s Issaquah office bringing 23 years of experience as a licensed Professional Engineer in Washington, Oregon, California, and Alaska. Chris holds bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington and in Biology from San...
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Farallon Gives Holiday Help to Youth
November 30, 2017
This is the time of year when we remember how fortunate we are, and find a way to share what we have with those who have much less. This year, Farallon’s Issaquah and Seattle offices will be celebrating the season with a giving tree to benefit YouthCare, which provides support to homeless young people from ages 12 through 24 through outreach, basic services, emergency shelter, housing, counseling...
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Farallon Welcomes Principal Geologist Chris Moody
October 20, 2017
Chris Moody, a Principal Geologist, joins Farallon’s Portland, Oregon office, bringing 23 years of environmental consulting experience to the firm.  Chris has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science and Applied Geology from Northern Arizona University.  He has served as a project manager or lead project geologist for remedial investigations/feasibility studies, sediment...
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Farallon 2017 Intern Chantal Banfield
August 14, 2017
Chantal Banfield, an Environmental Science and Geography student in the College of the Sciences at Central Washington University, is Farallon’s 2017 intern.  Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Chantal has a passion for the outdoors and for learning about the complexity of the ecosystems unique to Washington.  After working as a litigation assistant at a local law firm, she decided to make a...
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