Desiree Heinl joined Collective Water Resources in June 2020. She is a graduate of the University of Florida where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Engineering with a specialization in Land and Water Resources as well as a Master of Engineering Degree in Environmental Engineering. During her time at the University of Florida, Desiree was commended with multiple scholarships from the UF College of Engineering for her commitment to the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, her outstanding academics, and her heartfelt service to the community.
After graduating from UF, she worked in the Water Resources Engineering industry in South Florida where she has enjoyed collaborating on water resources projects for local municipalities, airports as well as Florida water management districts. Projects she has worked on include stormwater master plans, sea level rise impact studies, and detailed hydrologic/hydraulic modeling and report writing.
Outside of work Desiree enjoys tending to her vegetable and butterfly gardens, spending time with her family and friends, and cooking (and eating) delicious meals.