Ms. Mandy Tulich is a structural geologist with 15 years of experience providing litigation support and technical analyses for environmental remediation, contaminant fate and transport, and site characterization in the environmental consulting industry. She has a strong understanding of complex structural environments, spatial data analysis, forensic geochemical analysis, and data review and management. Ms. Tulich is adept at compiling and analyzing geochemical data and using the relevant data to provide a true depiction of site geochemistry, including spatial significance. She is well versed in oil field geology and has previous experience in development geology, logging, and well construction. Ms. Tulich is proficient at creating cross sections to aid in the understanding of site geology. She rapidly integrates borehole data with surface and subsurface geologic data to create 3-dimensional regional geologic models. These models contribute to successful site characterization and to the development of hydrologic models and remedial design. Ms. Tulich’s recent work has involved optimizing remedial systems at underperforming remediation sites, and assessing the fate and transport of organic compounds, including chlorinated solvents and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).