Elizabeth Pratt


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Ms. Pratt primarily provides analytical support to multiple National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans (INRMP) projects. She has seven years of experience developing Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements. Her primary focus is on socioeconomic analysis, creating baseline condition surveys and conducting analyses to describe the environmental consequences of alternatives. She has experience in environmental research and data collection, and has applied the Environmental Impact Forecast System (EIFS) to determine the level of socioeconomic impact of BRAC/NEPA projects nationwide. In Ms. Pratt’s current NEPA work, she applies subject matter knowledge across the board to analyze potential affects to multiple resource areas. As part of her INRMP work, Ms. Pratt has helped military installations shape management of natural resources, including the development of an Endangered Species Management Plan for a military base with multiple federally-listed threatened and endangered species.

Ms. Pratt has previously supported the company’s Air Force Encroachment Management Program, primarily with stakeholder communication, outreach, and engagement projects. As a communications team member, she monitored and compiled local and national encroachment and sustainment challenge news and reports, including environmental themes, regulation, and legislation. This work helped the client to develop insights on the development of various topics of interest, and to understand relevant trends.

Ms. Pratt graduated with a BS in business administration from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA.