Laurie has more than 30 years of experience in research, policy development, evaluation and management of environmental and public health programs, helping clients achieve extraordinary results in drinking water safety and compliance.
An expert on the Safe Drinking Water Act and its amendments, she has created models and surveys to analyze state resource needs and programs that have helped achieve new funding, or assisted with planning and training for initiatives. She has also helped the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency flag state program weaknesses, analyze compliance trends, identify causes of compliance problems, and develop training courses and educational tools to address those problems.
Over more than three decades, Laurie has worked on drinking water, wastewater, underground injection control issues, acid deposition, hazardous waste programs, audits and reviews of contaminant occurrence, environmental monitoring, loan program audits, and development of outreach and education campaigns.
Laurie holds a bachelor’s degree and a certificate in public policy from Smith College.