Samantha has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science with an emphasis in water from Northern Illinois University. She has experience conducting wetland delineations; Phase I Environmental Site Assessments; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans; site inspections; best management practice applications; underground storage tank, subsurface soil, and water investigations; natural resource compliance; and environmental due diligence projects.
Samantha is from the suburbs of Chicago and moved to Berkeley, California in 2017. Despite being a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-certified salt marsh harvest mouse monitor, she has a ball python named Ponyo. She played Division I soccer at Northern Illinois University and plays in a soccer league when her knees permit. She enjoys attending concerts and festivals, hiking, studying herbalism and spirituality, and is currently learning how to DJ. She is also a self-proclaimed bullet-journal enthusiast and has a journal for just about everything (dreams, day-to-day scheduling, and manifesting).
Professional Certifications and Registrations
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineator
- Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
- OSHA Construction 10-Hour Certification
- RCRA Hazardous Waste Certification
- USFWS-Certified Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse Monitor