Cathy is the newest member of the One Nature Brooklyn team. She started her career in the contaminated sites field working on the monitoring and remediation of petroleum impacted sites as an environmental engineer. Wanting to play an active role in sustainable development in the face of complex problems like climate change and community resiliency, Cathy pursued a Master’s degree at the School of Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. She moved on to applying her multi-disciplinary skill set to long range water utility planning, integrated stormwater management, and public space design within the UBC administration. Thereafter Cathy moved back to the consulting world, working with leaders in the use of structured decision making on large-scale natural resource management projects such as the review of the Columbia River Treaty and the development of bi-lateral agreements between Canadian provinces to guide water use on the Mackenzie River Water Basin. Cathy also developed her skills in the energy management field. In response to strong commitments made to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in British Columbia, Cathy also conducted a number of district energy feasibility studies, a neighborhood wide approach to managing community energy needs. Cathy moved to New York City last year with her husband and 2 year old son from Vancouver, Canada and is happy to call Brooklyn home.
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