To meet increasing demand for the services offered by P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC), we are excited to announce that Rebecca Morrow, CFM, has joined our SEQRA division as a Senior Environmental Planner and Project Manager and Leanna Balestra has joined our Environmental division as a Field Hydrogeologist.
Rebecca Morrow, CFM
Ms. Morrow will work in association with PWGC’s newly established New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) Division, which is led by PWGC Vice President Kim Gennaro-Oancea, MS, AICP. She joins a PWGC team that is rapidly growing to meet client demand for SEQRA-related consulting services that includes the development of Draft and Final Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessment Forms.
“My favorite part of my job is being part of the team that helps create meaningful solutions for our client’s biggest challenges,” said Morrow. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work and learn from the most talented minds on Long Island and help PWGC grow.”
Ms. Morrow is an environmentally conscientious professional with seven years of professional consulting experience in the public and private sectors. Her career has focused on permitting and environmental evaluations for municipal capital improvement projects, land use development, coastal resiliency, and responses to natural disasters. Her creative mentality and proficiency in land use planning, community planning, climate change and sea level rise, regulatory analysis, City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) and SEQRA protocols, and implementing sound solutions to complex environmental issues has led to great success for her clients and the companies she has worked for throughout her career.
Lenna Balestra, Field Hydrogeologist
Ms. Balestra, a recent graduate from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry, will work with the Environmental Division focusing on remedial construction projects throughout New York State. She will provide management, oversight, and documentation services on projects, technical field services for environmental investigations, and wetland inspection and mapping services.
“I look forward to putting my drive and enthusiasm to work for such a reputable organization,” said Balestra. “I’m eager to work with the highly skilled staff and demonstrate my competence in the field.”
“We are very excited to have Rebecca and Leanna joining our roster of professionals,” said PWGC President/CEO Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG. “Rebecca’s skill set will strengthen our SEQRA division and the services we offer. Lenna’s education and prior experience will help her excel at PWGC. I look forward to their contributions to our growth going forward.”