Ms. Wilson has twenty-five years of experience as a project/process engineer contributing to projects centered on the design, construction, startup, operation, and permitting of complex engineered systems for the destruction of hazardous, toxic, and energetic materials. Her experience includes projects for nuclear waste treatment with extensive background in thermal processes and vitrification, chemical weapons destruction, and destruction of missile delivery systems. Her customer/program experience includes the DOE Environmental Management (EM) program, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and the US Chemical Demilitarization program.
Ms. Wilson’s areas of expertise include: Advanced Thermal Waste Treatment Processes (emphasis on vitrification); Air Pollution Control Equipment Design; and Environmental Compliance and Permitting.
Ms. Wilson has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Idaho, Moscow.
Ms. Wilson has demonstrated a proven ability to provide leadership while working with multidisciplinary teams to forge solutions on complex technical projects of national and international importance. She has in-depth regulatory knowledge gained through hands-on involvement in preparing Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Clean Air Act (CAA) permit applications for multiple types of projects. She has in-depth process and equipment knowledge gained through hands-on involvement in the design, construction and operation of complex production-scale process equipment. Also, working directly as the U.S. Department of Defense counterpart, she provided a lead role in the interface with foreign government agencies for US projects involving the elimination of weapons of mass destruction in FSU nations.