Based in the Nashville office, Jonathan joins EnviroScience in 2014, where he will assist with emergency response and long-term sampling and monitoring operations. Jonathan joins ES from a previous environmental firm where he first worked as a field technician on several NRDA studies in the Gulf of Mexico region following the 2010 oil spill. After a year of working in the field on studies whose focal resources ranged from aquatic vegetation to shrimp, oysters, and Gulf sturgeon (profile picture), he was promoted to a coordinator role, where he was responsible for scheduling and managing field staff for 4 different NRDA studies. He was also involved in the development of health and safety plans, data analysis, and technical reporting, while continuing in field work. Jonathan previously worked in various labs within the Duke University biology department.
Jonathan is certified in 40 hour HAZWOPER, HUET and Water Survival, and NAUI Open Water SCUBA diving. He is a native of North Carolina and graduate of Duke University with a B.S. in Biology. He is currently taking classes part-time to pursue a Master’s degree in Geospatial Analytics from North Carolina State University, and is proficient in ArcGIS desktop software.