Barbra oversees ESA’s Southern California Biological Resources and Land Management team while providing client management, business development, and project and task management on large-scale projects.
Karl manages the preparation of Environmental Impact Reports (EIR) and Mitigated Negative Declarations (MND) for numerous residential projects, large office projects, civic development projects, and rezoning projects.
As a certified SCUBA instructor, Matt's been able to combine both his expertise's below the surface with underwater archaeology.
Starting her career at ESA 13 years ago as an intern botanist, Chi now loves to manage large teams and is never shy of big field deployment projects.
Whether rocking in a band, racking weights, or reveling in CEQA documentation, Brian lives by the motto: work hard, play hard.
Whether it’s at work as an airport planner or at home coordinating her next trip, Autumn specializes in all aspects of aviation.
Jocelyn belongs to an improv comedy troupe and brings this creative energy to sharing ESA's story to our clients and partners.
Starting his career at a series of engineering companies gave Doug an appreciation for working at "true science firm," where he can enjoy a good ecological geek-out session.
Beth grew up operating heavy machinery. This might explain her cool-under-pressure approach to work.
Louis says there's never been a dull moment in his career at ESA with the challenge of complex projects keeping him coming to work.
Upon retirement, Candace plans to volunteer with a local archaeological society to keep her hands dirty and mind active.