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Ms. Young supports Marstel-Day’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Program. She applies subject matter expertise in describing and characterizing water resources, including surface waters, groundwater, the floodplain, and wetlands. She also analyzes the potential impacts that projects could have on water resources. In addition, Ms. Young prepares cumulative effects analyses, which consider whether the incremental impacts of individual projects could combine to result collectively in significant impacts. She is currently working on Environmental Assessments for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington.
She has over eleven years of experience in supporting and managing Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements. She has worked on more than 50 NEPA documents for the Department of Defense (DOD) across the Continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam. Ms. Young has worked on a variety of DOD and Department of Homeland Security projects, including Base Realignment and Closure, Enhanced Use Leasing, military mission conversions, and installation development activities. She has prepared or assisted in the preparation of numerous NEPA documents, as well as public involvement materials and ancillary environmental studies, pursuant to NEPA.
Ms. Young graduated with a BS in environmental science with a concentration in aquatic resources from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). While in school, she worked as a research assistant for the Virginia Water Resources Research Center at Virginia Tech, and completed an internship with the Culpeper Soil and Water Conservation District.