Danielle is a graduate of the Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Science in Geology focusing on biogeochemistry and soil science. Her previous experience includes research investigating the impacts of climate change in Canada’s boreal forest, delivering mining natural resources education to student groups, and laboratory work including GC-MS, ICP-MS, and isotopic analysis.
Her recent work has focused on environmental consulting activities including executing Phase 1 and 2 ESA’s, vegetation and soil assessments, remediation, and closure of non-engineered landfills and dump sites, mine planning and development, and environmental compliance assessments of industry sites, and planning and executing prospecting programs. She is looking forward to training junior staff in field techniques and additional project management and planning responsibilities. In her spare time, she likes swimming, making plants grow, and petting dogs.