PM Environmental Welcomes Tara Sengamalay as Senior Consultant in Seattle, Washington
PM Environmental is proud to announce the addition of Tara Sengamalay as Senior Consultant. Located in Seattle, Wash., she will continue to solidify PM’s Western expansion.
Sengamalay comes to PM with over 13 years of successful environmental consulting, project assessment, due diligence, site investigation, risk assessment, and business development experience.
She will be responsible for overseeing activities and interaction with environmental regulatory agencies, managing project implementation, business development, and all aspects of the technical quality, management, and profitability of contracts.
Sengamalay obtained a B.S. degree in environmental geoscience from Boston College. She also attended Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia and Framingham State College as part of an MBA program. She is a LEED accredited professional (AP), with a specialty in operations + management (O+M).
She previously held several positions at Shaw Environmental, Inc., including Senior Project Manager/Senior Project Scientist, Lead Scientist, Site Manager, and Project Manager.
“I am very much looking forward to my new position with PM,” said Sengamalay. “I think the growth of the company is incredible and the opportunity to support this growth and establish a face for the company in the Pacific Northwest is very exciting.”
PM is pleased to have Tara Sengamalay as part of its team of experts, with in-depth experience in comprehensive environmental services and a constant focus on helping clients clearly understand their risks, allowing them to make sound, well-informed business decisions.
“I’m very excited to have Tara join the PM team,” said PM’s Vice President, John Wharff. “Tara is an experienced environmental professional with 13 years of diverse experience with a large, international firm. She is really going to expand our opportunities in the Pacific Northwest, which is a strategic location we’ve had our eyes on for the past couple of years.”
May 31, 2017