Kavitha Subramaniam is a Senior Project Manager with CDM Smith, specializing in environmental investigations and remediation. Kavitha has over 16 years of diverse experience in the environmental consulting field, including investigations and in situ remediation, due diligence, environmental liability estimates and cost allocation, and litigation support. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, and a Masters and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering. Kavitha currently also serves as Chair of the Next-Gen Committee of the New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association (LSRPA). In her free time, she likes to blog, and spend time outdoors with her husband and two daughters.
Geo-Cleanse International, Inc. - Matawan, NJ
P. (732) 970-6696 / email@example.com
Following her time at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Stephanie Turkot has been working with Geo-Cleanse International, Inc. for the last eight years. Ms. Turkot is an assistant project manager and is involved with Geo-Cleanse’s innovative remedial project design, costing and marketing departments. She has assisted in the design and implementation of in-situ remediation treatment programs on a wide range of sites, including multi-acre NAPL-impacted Brownfield and Superfund sites. Ms. Turkot has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Science from William Paterson University. She also is a board member for the Midwest Environmental Energy Association.
Nicky Brice, Treasurer
P. (609) 282-8035 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampton-Clarke - Fairfield, NJ
P. (732) 841-2921 / email@example.com
Lauren Gelmetti is an Account Manager with Hampton-Clarke, where she is responsible for identifying, developing, and supporting clients. Prior to Hampton-Clarke, she worked for almost seven years in the environmental consulting and engineering industry. Lauren’s consulting experience provides a unique advantage in serving her clients in her current role at Hampton-Clarke. Lauren earned her M.E. in Environmental Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, and her B.S. in Chemistry from Tufts University. She received her Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Certification in October 2013.
Standing Committee Chairs:
Ashley Fehn, Membership Committee Co-Chair
Ashley Fehn is an Environmental Scientist at In-situ Oxidative Technologies, Inc.’s (ISOTEC) Lawrenceville office. Ashley is OSHA HAZWOPER 40-HR certified and employs both field and laboratory experience in the ISCO remediation process. She received her Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy and her Bachelor’s degree in Global Affairs from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Prior to ISOTEC, Ashley served as the Environmental Associate for Bob Lawrence & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm located in Alexandria, Virginia. She also served as board member, and volunteer, for Huntley Meadows Park, a 1,500 acre protected wetland in Northern Virginia. In her free time, Ashley enjoys studying honeybees. She plans to keep two beehives in her backyard very soon.
Nicole Sullivan, Programs Committee Chair
Chiesa, Shahinian & Giantomasi PC - New York, NY
P. (973) 530-2059 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Sullivan is an associate in CSG’s Environmental Group. Her practice is diverse, with a focus on commercial and industrial real estate transactions. She works closely with the Real Estate Group to perform due diligence reviews, identify risks and draft and negotiate complex sales contracts and leases. She also assists clients with property remediation and redevelopment, as well as permitting, compliance and cost recovery through contribution actions and insurance claims.Her experience includes advocating for innovative solutions related to state environmental laws, including the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA), the NJ Spill Act, the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA), and the NJ Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (the Tech Regs), as well as federal laws, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Cleanup and Liability Act (CERCLA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA). Nicole regularly interfaces with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), as well as environmental consultants and insurance company representatives.
Kelly McCormick, News and Announcements Committee Chair
P. (201) 794-6900 / email@example.com
Ilkay Cam-Spanos, LEED Green Associate, MetroNet Committee Chair
P. (212)479-5410 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Ilkay Cam-Spanos is a Senior Project Manager and Environmental Engineer at Langan with over 16 years of experience in environmental engineering and project management. Throughout her tenure at Langan, Ilkay has managed several large redevelopment projects from due diligence phases through remedial closures. She specializes in brownfield redevelopment projects, environmental site assessments, site investigations; remediation (soil, groundwater, and soil vapor), etc. She played a key role in the successful completion of numerous fast-track and large-scale redevelopment projects in New York. Ilkay earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from the Rutgers University/New Jersey Institute of Technology (combined program) and an MBA from the University of Cyprus. One of Ilkay's most recent accomplishments is assisting with the launch of Women@Langan, which fosters an atmosphere of mentorship among colleagues while empowering women to succeed in the A/E/C industry. She is also an active participant in organizations outside Langan. In addition to serving as the MetroNet Committee chair for NJSWEP she serves as a Membership Recognition Committee member for Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW). This year, she was also named one of Women Builders Council’s Outstanding Women, which recognizes accomplishments in building industry.
Lauren Sutton, Gala Committee Chair
P. (856) 291-5658 / email@example.com
Lauren Sutton is a Project Geologist with GEI Consultants, Inc. in Mount Laurel. She has been with GEI for over 5 years, during which time her primary focus has been on site investigation and remediation of Former Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland. She has orchestrated soil sampling for characterization, delineation and waste classification; conducted ecological sampling and assisted with wetlands delineation; well installation, monitoring, and groundwater sampling, and is responsible for writing and compiling Site Investigation Reports, Remedial Investigation Reports, Remedial Action Work Plan, and Remedial Action Reports. Lauren earned her Bachelors of Geoscience at West Chester University of Pennsylvania and her Masters in Geologic Sciences at San Diego State University. She is also registered as a Geologist in Training in Pennsylvania.
Katherine Riopel Suell, Esq., Scholarship Committee Chair
Bressler, Amery & Ross – Florham Park, NJ
973-937-6723 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine is an associate in the Environmental Practice Group at Bressler, Amery & Ross where she focuses her practice on environmental litigation, regulatory compliance, and permitting. She has particular experience helping clients navigate the complicated world of Superfund litigation and clean ups as well as prosecuting and defending CERCLA and Spill Act cost recovery claims. Katherine received her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law and her B.A. from George Washington University. In addition to NJSWEP, Katherine is also a member of the Justice Stewart Pollock Environmental American Inn of Court, the Scholarship Committee of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, New Jersey Law Firm Group Mentoring Program, and is a founding member of Dining for Women’s Jersey City Chapter.
Anne Lazo, Web Site Consultant
Eagle Soars Consulting - Flat Rock, NC
888-410-3070 / email@example.com