Madeline graduated from Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo with a degree in Environmental Engineering, her technical background focuses on wastewater treatment, sustainable design, and water quality testing. Her primary experience was working at an algae biofuel production lab for 2 and a half years as a research supervisor. At this job, she performed water quality testing, analytical chemistry, data processing and managerial operations. During her last year in Cal Poly, she was the sustainability lead on a senior project team that designed a new wastewater treatment plant for Avila Beach which was selected out of 6 preliminary designs. Madeline is very passionate about pollution prevention through the optimization of natural resources and sustainable design.
Fun Facts: Madeline was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota and loves to read and write poetry in her spare time. She has swam in a fjord in Norway and in front of icebergs in Alaska.
- Cave Landing Natural Access Improvements | San Luis Obispo, CA
- Rancho Canada del Oro Open Space Habitat Enhancement and Pond Restoration | Morgan Hill, CA
- Pie Ranch Base Flood Elevation Study | Pescadero, CA