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.
Kate appreciates the ups and downs of being an employee owner as it drives an honest, transparent company culture.
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.
Chris brings a unique set of skills and expertise to ESA, along with an equally unique hidden talent.