Ms. Scott is the President of Earth Resources, Inc. based in Tampa, Florida. Her extensive experience includes wetland mitigation design, long term wetland health assessments and monitoring, state and federal environmental permitting, protected species surveys and permitting, wetland delineation, UMAM, preparation of NEPA documents. She has diverse professional experience with interests in wildlife ecology, permitting and wetlands ecology. Ms. Scott has experience working in both the public and private sector. Her tenure at a state regulatory agency gives her a unique insight into the permitting process. She has built excellent relationships with regulatory staff, scientists and engineers that increases the potential for successful collaborations. She has managed all aspects of environmental projects including coordinating teams of multi-disciplinary professionals. Ms. Scott supports all aspects of client management and is involved with marketing, strategic planning, contracting, management and project development activities. She is also responsible for coordinating the staffing and workload of the project staff. She frequently manages multiple projects and personnel.
Ms. Reiter is a Senior Scientist with Earth Resources, Inc. based in Tampa, Florida. She has more than 29 years of experience in marine, terrestrial, vegetative, and aquatic ecology. Her specialized expertise includes regulatory permitting; marine studies; habitat assessment and evaluation, water quality studies; seagrass mapping; aerial photo-interpretation; land use mapping; ecological assessments; threatened and endangered species studies; and wetland mitigation design and monitoring. Her regulatory experience includes marine-related projects for docks and large-scale marinas, seagrass assessment and coral reef monitoring. State and federal regulatory permitting experience includes roadway and pipeline corridors, large-scale subdivision permitting, and project development and environment (PD&E) and habitat restoration studies. Components of these projects involve field sampling, agency coordination, and permit package/application preparation.