Senior Project Manager & Chief Chemist
Area of Expertise: Data Science & Design Thinking, Ideation & Innovation
Tiffany has 22 years of global in-depth experience in environmental chemistry, including extensive focus on contaminant fate and transport; data and statistical analysis; remedial design; and advanced chemical analyses, including isotopic, spectroscopic, and novel bench-scale analytical methods. Tiffany serves as EnSafe’s Chief Chemist and leads the litigation and emerging contaminant service lines.
She has supported litigation cases across the country in a broad range of matters including responsible party’s negotiations as part of a multi-district litigation, cross-claim and third-party defendant identification for cost allocation, interpretation of site data for use in fate and transport modeling, and has applied various forensic techniques to opine on past sources of contamination.
Her project experience has addressed a wide-range of contaminant chemistries, including (but not limited to) petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, metallic and semi-metallic species, chemical weapons, munitions, pesticides, herbicides, polychlorinated biphenyls, dioxins, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Clients have included chemical manufacturing, oil & gas, Department of Defense, commercial and municipal landfills, mines and associated metal processing facilities, water and wastewater treatment plants, and a range of other municipal and commercial facilities.
Tiffany’s applied chemical knowledge includes the application and interpretation of various geochemical, statistical, and fate-and-transport models. She regularly participates in project planning, sampling, and remedial design, providing project teams with a holistic view of the geochemical controls on contaminant migration and toxicity. Tiffany has worked at project sites both nationwide and internationally, interfacing and negotiating with federal, state, and municipal regulatory agencies across multiple districts.