Integral is pleased to announce five new staff additions to its high-performing consulting team, strengthening our technical capacity to support client needs. We welcome project scientists Laura Mudge and Alexandra Meyers and assistant scientist Cristal Reagh to our expanding Toxicology, Health, and Ecological Sciences practice. We also welcome project scientist Eben Pendleton and associate scientist Claire O’Donnell to our Hydrology and Geochemistry practice.
Laura Mudge, Washington-metro, joins Integral as a project scientist. An ecologist with specialized experience in environmental monitoring and data analytics, Ms. Mudge has an academic background in interdisciplinary research in marine and coastal ecology. She is skilled in data visualization and statistical analysis using R programming software and is part of Integral’s environmental analytics team. She recently defended her Ph.D. thesis and will graduate in December 2020.
Alexandra Meyers, Portland, Oregon, is a project scientist with more than 10 years of technical experience in the fields of environmental health science, toxicology, exposure, and risk assessment. She has executed human health risk assessments for private clients and public agencies for contaminated sites throughout the U.S.
Ms. Cristal Reagh, Santa Rosa, California, is an assistant scientist broadly trained in biology, ecology, and environmental studies. She is experienced in ecological sample collection, data processing, and analysis. Ms. Reagh provides technical support for human health and ecological risk assessments and has experience collecting sediment, soil, groundwater, surface water, and biota samples.
Mr. Eben Pendleton, Portland, Maine, is a project scientist with 9 years of professional experience focused on evaluation of sediment remediation effectiveness in riverine systems, data management and statistical analysis of historical data, watershed modeling design and implementation, environmental fieldwork, and preparation of construction drawings. He is also a member of Integral’s environmental analytics team.
Ms. Claire O’Donnell, Denver-metro, is an associate scientist with an educational background in geochemistry and geology. She is experienced in data analysis, field sampling, and regulatory oversight of CERCLA sites. She has analyzed and interpreted data using GIS, MATLAB, and RStudio. Ms. O’Donnell has worked on numerous field sample collections involving a variety of media.