EnviroScience’s Julie Bingham was recognized by the Young Professional Network of the Greater Akron Chamber for her excellent leadership and positive impact on the Greater Akron Region. Julie and 29 other young local professionals between the ages 25-39 were recognized as trailblazers in their industries and role models for their ongoing community service.
Not only does Julie manage massive restoration projects, but she also likes jumping in and getting her hands dirty when on the construction site. This hands-on, proactive approach is engraved in her persona. Julie strongly believes in reevaluation, avoiding complacency, and striving for improvement in every aspect of life.
Julie grew up in Columbus and settled in northeast Ohio after graduating from Hiram College. At Hiram, she gained an appreciation for biology and fisheries. Her passion has since shifted towards changing the environment to support the natural biology of ecosystems. Every day she looks forward to solving problems and designing and implementing improvements in the landscape to reverse mismanagement and legacy impacts. Her most rewarding professional accomplishment to date was being involved with the dam removals and restoration of the Cuyahoga River in 2013.
Julie is actively involved in EnviroScience’s Corporate Responsibility Team. She also promotes, organizes, and participates in many stream clean-ups each year and helps educate young professionals and students about restoration through various programs.
Julie has been with EnviroScience since 1998. We can’t thank her enough for her hard work and exemplary leadership. Congratulations, Julie!