Cam has worked in marine and freshwater systems since the mid-1990s. Specializing in regulatory compliance, he oversees aquatic ecological studies and fisheries investigations. Cam brings a well-balanced combination of strategic and technical knowledge to each of his projects.
With scientific background in aquatic systems, Cam has an extensive work history developing natural resource sections under the National Environmental Policy Act, conducting essential fish habitat evaluations under the Magnuson-Stevens Act, and working with agencies to streamline the Endangered Species Act Section 7 consultation process.
Cam has experience pulled together diverse teams and managing unique individuals to achieve project success. He has extensive experience in renewable energies from marine energy to onshore wind, Cam brings a successful regulatory and biological track record to each team he works on.
A first - Cam was the environmental project manager to fully permit the first marine hydrokinetic energy device to be deployed in Puget Sound.
Jan has over 20 years’ experience as an environmental planner and project manager for complex National Environmental Policy Act and other environmental planning studies.
Jan specializes in the performance of socioeconomic and land use evaluations, conducts air quality and noise studies in support of NEPA actions, and manages public participation programs for NEPA documents for proposed Department of Defense, commercial/municipal facilities, energy, and transportation/ infrastructure projects. He has experience as a program manager for a Navy NEPA IDIQ, and a long track record of success in negotiating with permitting and regulatory agencies on behalf of both public and private clients.
In 2015, Jan set a new company record - working effectively with the USACE (LA District), he received a Nationwide permit 22 hours after submitting the application!
In January 2016, Jan kept on setting new company records by assisting the Navy to obtain the first ever EPA-issued NPDES permit for a temporary ice camp in the Arctic Ocean.
Bill is a Certified Fisheries Biologist with over 26 years of experience designing and conducting environmental monitoring studies, and quantitatively assessing project-related impacts to endangered species. He is a creative problem-solver who is solution-oriented and adept at applying scientific approach to aquatic natural resource management.
His expertise includes habitat inventory, fisheries habitat restoration and mitigation both in the marine and freshwater environments, watershed planning, aquatic toxicology, and water quality. Bill has extensive experience in Endangered Species Act, National and State Environmental Policy Act compliance, and environmental permitting.
Bill applies scientifically based, multi-disciplinary environmental and fisheries technical and regulatory knowledge, leadership, and communication skills to effectively manage and support aquatic and fisheries resources programs. Bill applies his fisheries expertise to salmon recovery planning efforts in western Washington watersheds. Kokanee restoration is a particular passion of Bill’s and as such, he is an active participant in King County’s Kokanee Working Group.
In addition to being a Certified Fisheries Biologist, this avid fisherman is also a WSDOT-certified Senior Biological Assessment Author.
Cori is a second year Master's student at the UW School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. She studied marine biology as an undergraduate, and conducted research at sea with Sea Education Association on a 4,000 mile transit from Mexico to Tahiti. Currently, her research examines social and ecological data from restored intertidal sites on the Duwamish River. Cori is utilizing qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze findings and draw connections between community preferences of urban nature and the planning of future shoreline projects. She also studies fisheries, coastal vulnerability and resilience, and the application of living shoreline techniques. Before joining 48 NORTH, Cori worked in the environmental education field for many years: teaching on tall-ships and Catalina Island, designing curriculum, and managing non-profit programs.
To keep things interesting, Cori enjoys cold water snorkeling, warm water surfing, and rock climbing.
Bryan is a social scientist and geographer with experience working in environmental regulation and policy development. He is currently pursuing his PhD at UW. His work utilizes GIS and qualitative research methods on the role of socio-ecological and spatial dimensions of environmental policy and development, particularly in the coastal zone, with special emphasis on community resilience, food security, and sustainable tourism. Prior to joining 48 NORTH, Bryan spent five years in the Navy, initially as a boarding officer and eventually serving as ship’s navigator deploying to the South China Sea and Arabian Gulf.
In his spare time, Bryan likes to ski, climb, and spend time outside.