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Resumes of key personnel

Anne Lawrence

Founder and CEO of Greenwich Environmental Designs

Anne Lawrence is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of business, from financial planning and personnel management to sales and marketing. She has extensive experience in interacting with clients to identify their needs and following up with tailored proposals to execute and deliver worry-free solutions.

Anne has a rigorous business education from Nijenrode, The Netherlands School of Business, one of the Netherland’s top business schools and comparable in stature with the best US Ivy League schools. After graduation she worked for NTT in Tokyo and was 10 years with the Institute for International Research (IIR), the world’s largest conference organization, first in Amsterdam as a conference manager and later as General Manager of the Belgium office and the Hong Kong office as well as providing interim management services for the technology-training branch of their Stockholm office. Among the successful products she developed were technical conferences about environmental topics, creating a niche for IIR in the Dutch and Belgium waste management conference markets.

As General Manager Anne was fully responsible for the office bottom line, leading a team of senior managers to organize and develop business and technical conferences and conduct market research for product development, work with the marketing managers to develop a tailored sales and marketing strategy for each product through database management, and overseeing the finance and accounting departments.

After a successful 10-year career in the international conference business, Anne went back to graduate school, pursuing her masters degree in Communications Design from the PRATT Institute in New York. After finishing her degree, Anne worked as an independent consultant for clients, using her dual degree and combined professional tracks to advise clients 'shape their message’ and covering all aspects of corporate communications and the marketing strategy from branding to advertising and PR. Anne also worked for an advertising agency as art director, further honing her skills of communication strategy development, SWOT analysis, client management and project management.

In 2008 Anne started Greenwich Environmental to harness her business experience and the technical skills of her husband and his professional contacts, leveraging their collective knowledge in the environmental consultancy field.

David Lawrence

Program Manager and Chief Technical Consultant

With more than 20 years of diversified experience in environmental management and radiation protection surveillance activities, David has performed all health physics and safety monitoring associated with surface and subsurface characterization efforts decontamination and decommissioning of various sites for clients such as the US Department of Energy (DOE) on its’ FUSRAP sites, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Defense Nuclear Agency and the US Environmental Protection Agency. His main fields of expertise lie in Environmental Management, Industrial Hygiene and Health Physics monitoring, MARSSIM compliant release surveys, radiation and instrumentation, and particularly in gamma spectroscopy.

For Greenwich Environmental David functioned as NDA Analyst/RSO/SSHO on a project for the El Paso Corp, Brown & Caldwell, and USA Environment. LP., providing project quality assurance oversight, Industrial hygiene and Health Physics coverage of the subsurface investigations and operated the Canberra ISOCS system to provide in-situ and ex-situ gamma-spectroscopic analysis of soil in the subsurface characterization at a former weapons fabrication facility. The design/survey plans were conducted in accordance with all guidance as outlined in Multi-Agency Remedial Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM) in support of decommissioning that facility in the future.

Furthermore, David has worked on:

Field sampling lead, NDA analyst, and field gamma spectroscopist on the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant;

Providing radiological and safety oversight from start up though close out for RSO/SSHO Glen Cove Environmental Dredging Project, Westinghouse Remediation Services (WRI);

Environmental Manager, Lead Environmental Coordinator for Katrina and Rita Emergency Response Efforts, Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR). Providing the primary field environmental management, assessments and waste management oversight and support for all of KBR’s activities in the Hurricane affected areas;

Project Manager, Health Physics and Industrial Hygiene Support for Superfund Sites, managing all surface and subsurface radiological characterization efforts and data management on an EPA Superfund site primarily involving Radium and Thorium investigations;

RSO to a Defense Nuclear Agency site at Johnston Atoll in the South Pacific;

Providing HP/IH support to various Formerly Utilized Site Remedial Program (FUSRAP) sites including Colonie, New York; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Boston, Massachusetts; and Maywood, Wayne, and Middlesex, New Jersey.

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