Megan Hamilton, a risk assessor and vapor intrusion specialist for EnviroForensics, accepts her nomination to the MSECA board. Megan works at EnviroForensics, an environmental engineering firm with national clientele that focuses on analyzing and solving contamination problems affecting air, soil and water headquartered in Indianapolis.
Megan says, “It’s an honor to be nominated for a position on the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association Board of Directors. MSECA represents a large group of talented professionals with expertise in the practice of environmental science and engineering and I am proud to be a part of this Association. I am passionate about our mission of advancing the field of environmental consulting and look forward to working with the Board to develop and disseminate new scientific methods and environmental policy to better remediate contaminated sites. MSECA’s commitment and work goes a long way towards making our communities better places to live and work.”
Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) is a working educational group of professional environmental consultants employed within the private industry. The Association is based in Indianapolis.
Megan Hamilton has over thirteen years of experience in environmental regulatory oversight. Prior to joining EnviroForensics, she served as a technical, scientific, and risk assessment policy resource for the Indiana Department of Environmental Management Office of Land Quality.
Vapor Intrusion Expert at EnviroForensics
Megan Hamilton is a Risk Assessor and Vapor Intrusion Specialist for EnviroForensics. She develops, helps implement, and oversees the VI investigations and mitigation for all of EnviroForensic’s projects. She is also the main contact for risk communication issues and community outreach development. Megan has over thirteen years of experience in environmental regulatory oversight with a focus on risk assessment and vapor intrusion expertise. Her diversified professional experience includes research, policy development, technical writing, public outreach, vapor intrusion investigation and remediation, data analysis and interpretation, human health risk assessment, and conceptual site model analysis. Megan served as the coordinator and team leader for the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM) Vapor Intrusion Workgroup for six years and is the main author of the current Indiana Vapor Intrusion Guidance.