THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA GRADUATE PRIORITIZES COLLECTING HIGH QUALITY AIR SAMPLING DATA AND PROTECTING HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Grace Randall, CHMM is a leader in a discipline we take pride in at EnviroForensics; Our Vapor Intrusion (VI) and Mitigation Services. The University of Southern Indiana Graduate has a passion for providing our clients with high-quality air sampling data, practical solutions to indoor air quality concerns, and perhaps most importantly, ensuring the safety of their property’s air.
“Grace takes on every task she performs with gusto, and with unwavering focus and excellence. She knows how important the work that she performs is to the overall success of the project; Ultimately, protection of human health and the environment,” one of her teammates said, adding that, “Grace takes pride in her work, is quick with a solution to tricky issues, and is an all-around awesome Enviro colleague. The science comes first and she refuses to compromise the quality of our data.”
Read further to learn more about Grace inside and outside of EnviroForensics.
GRACE RANDALL, CHMM, SENIOR VAPOR INTRUSION SPECIALIST
QUESTION: WHAT’S YOUR BACKGROUND AND CAREER PATH?
ANSWER: I went to the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville and graduated with a BS in Biology. My intention going into college was to become a veterinarian. However, my interest changed during my junior/senior year after working as an intern at an environmental consulting company. I started EnviroForensics straight out of college and haven’t left 😊. I am grateful that I am now a Senior Vapor Intrusion Specialist and will continue down the VI and risk communication career path.
Q: HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT BEING RECOGNIZED BY YOUR COWORKERS?
A: Ecstatic. It’s an honor that my teammates recognize my hard work and dedication. I wouldn’t be able to do what I do without my supportive teammates.
Q: WHAT DO YOU ENJOY ABOUT WORKING AT ENVIROFORENSICS?
A: Hands down my teammates! They make work fun/amusing/interesting and keep me going each day.
Q: WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR MOST EXCITING PROJECTS AT ENVIROFORENSICS?
A: As of right now, it will have to be a project in California. Not only was I able to travel across the U.S. to conduct a portion of the work, but this project challenges me in different ways.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR LIFE LIKE OUTSIDE OF ENVIROFORENSICS?
A: Oh, life outside EnviroForensics is furry. I love animals, so you will find me pet sitting or spending time with my cat named Luna Bug.