Rebekah has been working in the environmental industry since she started with the US Geological Survey in 1981. She has worked extensively in environmental cleanup, including both soil and water, and has also worked on environmental impact statements for mining operations. Rebekah takes great pride in developing lasting relationships with clients and co-workers.
Rebekah’s ability to build relationships based on trust showed on a recent project. When another company stumbled during a project at a TOC Holdings site in Washington, the client turned to Rebekah and her team to step in and take over. The challenges involve difficult elements of a historical gas station with a leaking underground storage tank. Her team is working closely with the Department of Ecology to resolve groundwater and air quality issues and complete vapor intrusion studies.
Outside of work, Rebekah calls herself an enthusiastic soccer mom of two teenage daughters who also loves hiking, camping, and getting out on the water. She is a music lover and a voracious reader and founded a book club in 2003 that continues to meet.