Ms. Bornstein is an experienced project manager who has practiced more than 16 years in the field of environmental consulting. Ms. Bornstein's environmental project management experience has included a wide variety of projects ranging from very fast turnaround site assessments to long-term, highly complex, remedial investigations and feasibility studies. She has managed all aspects of environmental investigation, from initial site assessment and field work to remediation. Her project work has required management of large numbers of diverse technical personnel, from field crews, to human health risk assessors, ecological risk assessors, engineers, geologists, environmental scientists, hydrogeologists, chemists, and database and graphics personnel. Ms. Bornstein has completed projects pertaining to environmental sampling, site characterization, remedial investigation and feasibility study, property transfer, database management, landfill management, National Priority List site assessment, and risk characterization associated with dam removal.
- CERCLA Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Studies
- Soil and Ground Water Investigation
- Project Management
- Bachelor of Science, Applied Earth Sciences Land Resource Planning Focus, Stanford University/Stanford, California