Nick has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology including coursework in microbiology and chemistry, and a Master’s Degree in Public Health, concentrating in environmental health, including coursework in risk assessment and environmental toxicology. Nick has been with W&M for nearly 12 years and progressed from Environmental Scientist to Division Manager. He is experienced in a variety of environmental projects including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II investigations, remediation and contractor oversight, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure plans, and Toxic Release Inventories. Nick’s experience includes a wide variety of sampling procedures in air, groundwater, surface water, soil and ambient air (i.e., noise monitoring). He has provided on-Site environmental health and safety services including waste collection, reduction, disposal and tracking activities; providing constant feedback to managers regarding employees’ safe and unsafe work practices and possible solutions; and conducting client’s employee environmental and safety training. His technical skills include experience in historical research, data entry, noise monitoring and technical report development.
Nick’s work experience includes the Texas A&M University Center for Environmental and Rural Health. There he participated in pesticide exposure studies along the Texas-Mexico border. This entailed biological sampling and interviewing two child-aged populations located near large agricultural fields.
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Texas A&M University
Master of Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health
40-hour HAZWOPER and Emergency Response Certified, RCRA and DOT Hazardous Waste Management, Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Board of Certified Safety Professionals, 2017
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Society of Texas Environmental Professionals (STEP)