Envirologic Technologies, Inc., an environmental consulting and services firm, announced the hiring of two employees for its expanding Due Diligence Group. "Our new team members provide the additional staff necessary to support our continued growth in the Environmental Due Diligence market," said Jeff Hawkins, CEO of Envirologic. "We look forward to fully utilizing their experience, education and technical skills to enhance our project teams."
Courtney Dunaj joins our team as a Senior Project Scientist with five years of experience in due diligence and hydrogeology. She has a thorough understanding of environmental site assessments, due diligence regulatory requirements, project management and sampling techniques. Courtney graduated from Western Michigan University (WMU) with a Bachelor of Science in Hydrogeology & Environmental Studies. While at WMU, she was designated a Presidential Scholar for the Geoscience Department and completed the WMU Hydrogeology Field Course. Courtney is a strategic hire for the Due Diligence Group; her expertise, field experience and leadership skills make her a valuable addition to the staff.
Kyle Knaub, another WMU graduate, has also joined our team. Kyle hails from Illinois but has come to love Kalamazoo and all that Michigan offers, so he has decided to make it home. Kyle graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hydrogeology and is currently completing his Graduate Certificate in Applied Hydrogeology. He comes to Envirologic with a strong background in leadership and was named the Senior Hydrogeology Student of the Year for 2021. His educational achievements and desire to excel in due diligence and hydrogeology ensure he will succeed as a member of our team.
Both Courtney and Kyle bring the necessary technical and leadership skills to succeed in their new roles with Envirologic. To learn more about the services they and the other Envirologic team members provide, please visit our website at www.envirologic.com.
Read the entire press release Envirologic Welcomes New Due Diligence Team Members (PDF).
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