Allison Geiselbrecht, PhD

Principal / Microbiologist

Education:
PhD, Microbiology, University of Washington, 1998
BS, Biochemistry, Texas A&M, 1992

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2001

Allison Geiselbrecht is a Principal with a focus on technically challenging project management and analyses. She manages complex RI/FSs and remedial design projects, including Western Port Angeles Harbor in Port Angeles, River Mile 3.5 East Remedial Design in Portland Harbor, NPDES and Clean Water Act-related services, and several confidential allocation projects. She has authored many publications and presentations and has served as a testifying and non-testifying expert in litigation.

Professional Strengths

Strong analytical chemistry and toxicology understanding

Strategic thinking, including a deep understanding of environmental regulations and ability to craft project strategy

Ability to integrate multidisciplinary approaches and data

Effective communicator and negotiator

Intense curiosity about site history and operations and ability to integrate these into a successful site strategy

Experience communicating across disciplines to develop cohesive site approach