Amanda McKay, MS

Environmental Toxicologist

Amanda McKay joined the Floyd|Snider team in March 2009. She is an environmental toxicologist with 10 years of experience whose primary expertise includes environmental organic chemistry and risk evaluation. Amanda has used her expertise for both uplands and marine/freshwater remediation and redevelopment projects under MTCA, Sediment Management Standards, and CERCLA. She plays a key role in the development and implementation of sampling and analysis plans, remedial investigation/feasibility studies, cleanup action plans, and data reports. Amanda has also performed numerous field investigations in support of remedial investigation work, including groundwater, soil, stormwater, and sediment investigations. Additionally, Amanda has conducted and managed several human health risk assessments and has experience with ecological risk assessments. 

Amanda holds a graduate degree (MS) in Environmental Toxicology from Cornell University, and an undergraduate degree (BS) in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of California at Davis.