ABOUT MINDI

 

Mindi is a longtime resident of the community who lives in Rye with her husband and two teenage sons. Having lived in the seacoast since attending graduate school for Earth Sciences at UNH, she has been an environmental consultant for over 25 years. In addition, Mindi received a B.S. degree in Geology from Syracuse University in 1985.

In the last 25 years, Mindi has consulted businesses, banks, and the U.S. government on the presence of environmental contaminants. Mindi has conducted and managed projects ranging in scale from small hazardous waste site assessments and remediation design, to large remedial investigations and remedial action under a variety of regulatory programs including RCRA, CERCLA, and State Superfund. 

Her experience and expertise have focused on the evaluation, design, development, and implementation of conventional and innovative in-situ and on-site technologies for remediation of contaminated sites. 

Several years ago, Mindi became interested in advocating for the elderly and those afflicted with rare diseases including Huntington, Parkinson and Alzheimer's diseases.  She is an acting member of a national rare disease advocacy steering committee and attends scientific conferences to broaden her knowledge on the topic. Over the past couple years, Mindi has attended Georgetown University to gain a M.S. degree in clinical and translational research, hoping to combine her expertise in environmental contaminants with an understanding of the health effects associated with these toxins.

Mindi has operated a small, woman-owned environmental consulting business for 17 years. Her business has requires her to objectively looking at data and to draw conclusions – something which will translate well into making decisions on behalf of our Seacoast community. The insight gained from her years as a small business owner in NH has also impacted her commitment to sound legislation that supports the backbone of our state’s economy, which are our small businesses.

The insight gained from her years as a small business owner in NH has also impacted her commitment to sound legislation that supports the backbone of our state’s economy, which are our small businesses.

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