Megan Hamilton has been named EnviroForensics’ November Employee of the Month!
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. Megan was recently nominated to the MSECA board.
Megan says, “I am honored and excited to be nominated for employee of the month! It means even more that I was nominated by my peers. I love the positive energy at EnviroForensics. We truly are a big family and work together as a team, always relying on each other’s strengths. I enjoy the work we do to make communities and our environment a better place to live. And it is refreshing to work for a company that does so much good and also allows their employees the flexibility to participate in great opportunities relating to the development of new environmental science, such as investigatory and sampling methods, as well as policy. EnviroForensics is definitely a unique company that stands out above the rest of private environmental consulting firms and I am happy to be a part of such a great group!
As most of you know, I have two beautiful daughters, Autumn (7 years) and Ally (3 years) that are my world! They keep me busy outside of work running back and forth from dance classes and karate. Music is my other passion and when I do manage to find free time, you can find me attending a concert or catching a live local show. I also enjoy hiking and camping. I had the opportunity to go out west a few years back and found that the Tetons were one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. I hope to return there for a vacation very soon.”
Megan’s favorite mottos to live by:
“The brave may not live forever, but the cautious never live at all.”
“Well behaved women rarely make history.”