May 10

EnviroForensics® Introduces Morgan Saltsgiver, Agribusiness Sector Lead

EnviroForensics®, an Indianapolis-based environmental engineering, consulting and remediation design firm, announced today that Morgan Saltsgiver recently joined the company as a Senior Project Manager and Business Development Consultant to lead their newly formed agribusiness and rural Brownfields redevelopment services.

Saltsgiver brings over 15 years of environmental consulting experience, with a wide breadth of skills including project and portfolio management for sites across the country with environmental contaminants ranging from petroleum to pesticides. Before joining EnviroForensics, Saltsgiver held senior management positions at August Mack Environmental, ATC Group Services and Rubik Environmental. With her unique combination of Brownfields and agricultural expertise, Saltsgiver provides a new perspective for environmental rehabilitation and economic redevelopment projects to small towns and rural areas, which are often overlooked in the redevelopment process.

Saltsgiver is a Licensed Professional Geologist and is one of 30 candidates admitted to the prestigious two-year Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program offered by the AgriInstitute. Saltsgiver is the first environmental consultant to participate in the program alongside colleagues from other agribusiness sectors, including law, finance, academia and agrichemical.

“We are very fortunate that Morgan chose to join the EnviroForensics team. Anyone that has worked with her will tell you that she has a tremendous understanding of the consulting world, is a natural leader and is committed to her clients,” says Steve Henshaw, founder and CEO of EnviroForensics. “We are excited to grow our agricultural science practice and continue to grow as a leader in the Brownfields sector with her expertise.”

Saltsgiver serves as a board member for the Indiana Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), and is the treasurer and a board member for the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA).