Each month, EnviroForensics nominates their colleagues. In October, Christina Spielbauer was recognized as our employee of the month. Get to know Christina inside and outside of EnviroForensics.
Christina Spielbauer, Staff Geologist
Question: What’s your background and career path?
Answer: I earned my bachelor’s degree in geology at the University of Northern Iowa. After college, I spent time helping my brother-in-law build a bakery from the ground up and started my master’s degree in geology at Ball State University. Then I was lucky enough to hear about a field geologist position at EnviroForensics and I’ve been working here since.
Q: How do you feel about being named Employee of the Month?
A: I would like to say a big thank you to those who nominated me! There are a lot of people who work really hard every day at EnviroForensics and I really appreciate all the hard work everyone contributes day in and day out.
Q: What do you enjoy about working at EnviroForensics?A: Well, that’s easy. I enjoy the people at EnviroForensics! It’s nice to work with such dedicated people who care about cleaning up our environment and who have made it their life’s work.
Q: What is one of your most exciting projects at EnviroForensics?
A: I’ve had the chance to work on many interesting and exciting projects while I’ve been here at EnviroForensics. One of the most interesting projects involves contamination within the bedrock, which is unique in Indiana since soil thicknesses in the state are usually 50-500 feet thick generally slowing down or stopping contaminants before they can even migrate to the surface of the bedrock much less infiltrate the bedrock.
Q: What is your life like outside of EnviroForensics?
A: I enjoy cooking, spending time outdoors, reading/listening to audiobooks, and spending time with my boyfriend. When the weather is nice, I enjoy going to belegarth, foam sword fighting, practices.