EnSafe, a global provider of environmental, engineering, health and safety, and technology services, is excited to announce the recent election of one of our Environmental Scientists, Stephanie Sprock, to the ACEC West Tennessee Chapter Board.
“I am beyond excited to serve with such a diverse group and have the opportunity to liaise with regulatory agencies and industry colleagues for the betterment of the organization and the industry,” Stephanie said.
Stephanie’s experience includes many different facets of environmental projects in the private and public sectors, including remediation and investigation, various aspects of environmental compliance such as wastewater, stormwater, air emissions, hazardous waste, and emergency planning, as well as serving as a contractor of the U.S. Army.
“Stephanie brings to ACEC a passion and focus that will benefit not only the organization itself but the engineering industry as a whole. Her progress and growth in this industry since she started just over 10 years ago sets a great example for women engineers everywhere,” stated Ginny Davis, PG, Vice President of Business Development.
Stephanie will serve as a Director, enabling her greater opportunities to recommend and promote policies that protect and support the engineering industry.