As a managing consultant, Isalah leads financial projects such as rate studies, impact fee studies, affordability studies, and litigation support for water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities. She’s also responsible for business development, including leading proposal efforts and participating in interviews.
She has a strong track record in project management and quality control and has facilitated stakeholder meetings and presented project updates and results to elected officials. When she and her team were called in to develop water and wastewater rates and connection fees for Forsyth County, the fastest growing county in Georgia between 2010 and 2018, Isalah served as project manager. The goal? Develop cost-based, equitable, defensible rates. Isalah and her team’s recommendations unanimously passed in a board vote at a public meeting.
With two young children, most of Isalah’s time outside of work is spent with her family. Now that the kids are getting older, though, Isalah and her husband are excited to travel as a family. She’s also recently taking up gardening because she feels like everyone should know how to grow some type of food.