Pam brings more than 30 years of experience in planning, conducting, and preparing environmental studies and permitting and has worked with public agencies and private developers on more than 200 small- and large-scale projects requiring State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)/National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) processes.
In addition to consulting for other local firms, Pam ran her own firm specializing in SEPA and permitting for 18 years. Garnering trust among clients and stakeholders, Pam played key roles in several large-scale projects such as the South Lake Union Park Redevelopment, Space Needle Renovations, Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Redevelopment EIS, and Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) Cargo Hub NEPA Environmental Assessment Technical Review, as well as other numerous port maritime and aviation projects.
Pam’s expertise in the SEPA documentation process stems from her appreciation for all aspects of environmental planning and public involvement. From water and land use to air and acoustic quality, Pam is well-versed in the array of environmental considerations that are linked through SEPA to promote better decision-making.
Outside of the office, Pam is an active member of multiple organizations, including Commercial Real Estate Women and Washington Public Ports Association.
Pam received a Master of Arts in geography from Louisiana State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in geography from Wittenberg University.