Tori is a water resources engineer in training (EIT) with two years of experience in water resources planning projects at the conservation district, municipal, state, and federal levels across the United States and Canada.
Known to be curious and communicative, Tori loves to ask questions and learn the context, history, and interconnectedness of water resources challenges. In her position, she’s responsible for performing research, doing technical writing, and creating geomorphological assessments. Tori also develops water resources system models and the cost benefits analyses that flow from them and performs data analysis and visualization.
When she’s not working, Tori enjoys getting out in nature and taking in all the natural beauty Colorado has to offer—the less phone service, the better. She, her husband, and her corgi love to hike Colorado’s 14,000-foot “fourteener” mountains together, camp, and go skiing in the winter. Tori also likes to cook, try new foods, and travel. Tori studied abroad in Prague and Cuba, has visited 21 countries, and is also fluent in Spanish.