Stephanie Dunham joined Collective Water Resources in May 2015. She’s both an Aggie (Gig ‘em!) and a Longhorn (Hook ‘em) having received her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University and her Master of Science in Geotechnical Engineering from The University of Texas.
She has devoted the majority of her career to water resource management with specific emphasis on surface water modeling, geographic information systems (GIS), flood hazard identification and mapping, risk assessment, hazard mitigation planning, climate change adaptation, and outreach. She appreciates working collaboratively with the numerous professional disciplines within and adjacent to water resources and receives great satisfaction from working with various clients from local governments, federal agencies to private to support sound water management.
Stephanie enjoys planning, researching, organizing, and executing whether in her professional life via project management or personal life through volunteering, travel and hobbies. In her free time, she values the time with her family to explore, play, and take advantage of the great outdoors near and afar.
She’s a member of American Water Resources Association, Florida Floodplain Managers Association, Florida Stormwater Association, and Society of Women Engineers.
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