Sue Robinson is an environmental risk assessment professional with expertise in ecological/human toxicology consulting, project and team management, staff development and mentoring, business development, and client service. Her experience encompasses a wide variety of environmental regulatory programs (e.g., CERCLA remedial investigations/feasibility studies, RCRA facility investigations, FIFRA, state programs to address contaminated sites) involving activities that include exposure assessments, in situ toxicity studies, design and execution of field data collection and environmental monitoring programs, pathology studies, and environmental impact assessment. Sue’s high level of expertise has been used to provide technical support on litigation projects and she is adept at preparing clear and concise reports that are understandable by both technical and non-technical audiences. She is currently conducting biomobilization and biointrusion evaluations and other ecological and human risk assessments in support of the environmental restoration activities at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hanford Site.
Suzanne “Sue” Robinson
MS, Environmental Toxicology, Western Washington University, 1985
BS, Marine Biology, Western Washington University, 1982