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WaterTectonics Employee Spotlight: Angela Nam

Meet our #EmployeeSpotlight, Angela Nam. Angela was born in Seattle, Washington and raised in nearby Mukilteo. She grew up curious about the world around her and fondly remembers being introduced to the world of science through educational television programs like The Magic School Bus and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Angela enjoyed running experiments in lab classes and seeing reactions take place before her eyes – from textbook to real life. She credits her teachers and professors to making chemistry in particular challenging, exciting and rewarding. In fact, Angela earned her bachelor’s degree from The University of Washington in Chemistry.
Angela joined the WaterTectonics team in 2010 where she worked her way through several roles in the company wearing various hats but always leveraging her background in chemistry, analytical/lab experience, and field experience. She’s had opportunities to be the process chemist at water treatment pilots from Missouri to Oman. Angela is currently our Senior Environmental Scientist where she conducts bench-scale treatability studies in the R&D lab to develop treatment processes for water from various industries. She also does a significant amount of work for our regulatory department preparing stormwater plans and permit applications for construction projects and industrial facilities as well as conducting water quality monitoring and managing regulatory compliance at 20+ construction and industrial facilities. Angela is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Control Lead (CESCL), Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ), Certified Chitosan-Enhanced Sand Filtration (CESF) operator, and is OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER certified.
When not working, Angela enjoys spending time outdoors backpacking and snowshoeing; experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen; learning to garden; and spending quality time with her husband and two adorable dogs.

Angela Nam

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