Vice President, Senior Scientist, and Senior Project Manager, Sonoma Technology
Tami serves as an Analyst on the upper-air profiler pilot test for the Extreme Weather & Wildfire Team. She joined Sonoma Technology in 1996 and currently serves on the board of directors. Her primary duties involve managing litigation service projects, including data analysis, emissions assessments, and air quality modeling. She also uses technology- and web-based tools to display, develop, and analyze environmental data. Tami has worked on projects that require the development of software systems to support environmental data analysis, including the design and implementation of the first-generation Interagency Fuels Treatment Decision Support System (IFTDSS) for the Joint Fire Science Program and the Data Management System (DMS) currently used by the US Environmental Protection Agency and several air quality agencies to manage air monitoring data. She also contributes to projects that combine and analyze data to support environmental decision-makers, including regional and national air monitoring network assessments and emissions inventory studies. Tami is a member of the Air and Waste Management Association and the International Association of Wildland Fire. In 1994, she was the recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Research Fellowship at the University of New Mexico. She holds an MBA in Finance and Economics from Saint Mary’s College and a bachelor’s in Chemistry from Sonoma State University.