Jessica joined HMMH in January of 2016 and has since played a role in the research, documentation, technical writing and editing, and air quality and noise modeling for a variety of aviation environmental management projects. She has specifically focused on environmental impacts and opportunities for improvement, including noise and airport stakeholder engagement to this point and has recently pivoted to more of a role in sustainability, renewable energy, and emissions-related projects, as well as a research-based role on best practices/guidebooks.
Prior to joining HMMH, Jessica had three years of experience in corporate environmental compliance for American Tower Corporation. There, she gained experience monitoring the Western regional Environmental Management System (EMS) within the company’s National EMS for compliance with a variety of regulations including CERCLA, NEPA, CEQA, CAA, CWA, OSHA, and EPCRA.
Jessica holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Global Studies magna cum laude from Providence College as well as an anticipated MLA in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University Extension School in 2018.