Brooke James, EIT

Staff Engineer

Brooke joined MFA in November 2020 after finishing her BS in Ecological Engineering from Oregon State University, where she worked on multiple water resource and low-impact design projects. Brooke also has professional experience with engineering project management. She is excited to be able to apply this knowledge to remediation projects here at MFA. A native…

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Learning about climate change lit a fire of determination in me to ensure that the work I do will help create a healthier and safer environment for the future. Engineering and the work MFA does allow me to fulfill that conviction while also genuinely enjoying the technical aspects of our projects. I feel lucky to be here!
Learning about climate change lit a fire of determination in me to ensure that the work I do will help create a healthier and safer environment for the future. Engineering and the work MFA does allow me to fulfill that conviction while also genuinely enjoying the technical aspects of our projects. I feel lucky to be here!
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Who is Brooke James, EIT?

Brooke joined MFA in November 2020 after finishing her BS in Ecological Engineering from Oregon State University, where she worked on multiple water resource and low-impact design projects. Brooke also has professional experience with engineering project management. She is excited to be able to apply this knowledge to remediation projects here at MFA.

A native of the Portland Metro area, Brooke knew she wanted a career in engineering early on. She solidified her decision after taking an environmental science course in high school and learning about how engineering can be used to better our communities and the environment.

In her free time, Brooke enjoys working on home-improvement projects, spending time with her dogs, and learning everything about anything via YouTube.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Ecological Engineering, Oregon State University

Certifications

OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER Certification

24-Hour AHERA Inspector Training

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