Amy RodmanCESCL

Environmental Geologist

Amy has 16 years of experience in geotechnical and environmental consulting, as well as regulatory experience at the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. As a lifelong Alaskan, she draws from her outdoors experience, as well as her education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, while conducting geotechnical and environmental tasks. Amy’s experience includes fieldwork, laboratory, and office components of consulting and regulatory roles. She has conducted fieldwork and managed contaminated sites as a regulator throughout Alaska. Amy is experienced with environmental and geotechnical elements of infrastructure-related projects. She understands the value of community and communication within every project, in addition to logistical challenges posed by Alaska’s regional, dynamic weather and terrain.

Amy Rodman in the mountains
B.S. Geology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Alaska Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead
Mine Safety and Health Administration Surface Refresher
Industry Experience
16 years
  • What places are on your travel bucket list?
    The mid-Atlantic Rift (Iceland), the Mongolian Steppe, the Grand Canyon, Antarctica, the Black Forest (Germany), Yellowstone National Park and the Scandinavian fjords.
  • What are you most likely doing on the weekend?
    Hiking, napping, trail running, beach combing or trap shooting.
  • What are you curious about?
    A few interests include Jeeps, quantum physics and natural disasters.
  • What is one skill you are currently working on?
    Long distance trail running.
  • What are your favorite books?
    I'm drawn to books about science, history and language.
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