Keri Cimarolli is a leader in environmental resource management and permitting, providing consulting services as an environmental scientist, permitting specialist, and project manager to public and private sector clientele for the past 15 years. A native of western Pennsylvania, her work has focused primarily in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, and New York. She has extensive experience performing the following tasks: wetland delineations and stream assessments in PA, WV, OH, MD, and NY; wetland functional assessment analysis; preparation of state stream and wetland encroachment permits and US Army Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permits (Clean Water Act 401/404); benthic macroinvertebrate collection and identification; preparation of watershed and river conservation plans; threatened and endangered species coordination; cultural resource coordination; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Permitting; abandoned mine drainage restoration; grant writing; business development; proposal preparation and project cost estimating; and client relations.
Keri currently serves as Vice President of the Greater Pittsburgh chapter of the Women’s Energy Network and is slated to become their President in 2020. She is a member of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals, as well as a number of other professional organizations within the energy sector.
Keri lives in Upper St. Clair with her husband Rob, their 4-year old son Nicklaus (yes, named after Jack Nicklaus the golfer), and a goofy Weimaraner named Holly. She most enjoys time spent with her family – from visiting their fishing camp along the Allegheny in Warren County, to teaching Nick about the world, spending time by their pool, and vacationing at the beach and on Caribbean cruises.
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