Biological Resources Director
As a certified yoga instructor, Barbra brings her strength and energy from the yoga mat to her work at ESA.
Whether it's a San Francisco project history lesson or deep-dive into CEQA, Karl has got you covered.
At ESA, we believe every employee has a unique combination of knowledge, skills and experience that contributes to our success.
Since Barbra launched EPDC in the fall of 2020, the group has provided programs and events to educate local youth from underserved communities on career opportunities within the environmental industry, with the goal of developing a more diverse pipeline of job candidates. Learn more about EPDC and its most recent Job Shadow event that ESA co-hosted.
While the results of a fish passage project can be immediate, getting to the final stages of that solution can often be the biggest barrier. ESA is uniquely positioned to help overcome the technical, social, economic, and regulatory barriers that can complicate fish passage projects. We do this by bringing in the right experts who understand the stakeholders’ interests and have a problem-solving approach that leads to relatively swift action.