August Mack Environmental, Inc.

August Mack Environmental Announces New Hires and Promotions

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Source: August Mack Environmental, Inc.

INDIANAPOLIS – August Mack Environmental, Inc., a full-service environmental, health, and safety consulting firm, is pleased to announce the hiring of Michelle Baker, Britt Booram and Eric Hunter in the Indianapolis office, the promotion of Nicole Collett in the Livonia office, and the promotions of Matt Bollinger and Matt Kaufman in the Lancaster office.

Michelle Baker joined August Mack as a project coordinator in the Site Investigation, Remediation, and Closure department. Baker is a graduate from Ben Davis High School and spent the last ten years working in an administrative role for a consulting firm that specializes in strategic planning and leadership development.

Britt Booram joined August Mack as the front desk coordinator. Booram is a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville where she majored in English with a minor in Music Business.

Eric Hunter joined August Mack as a field scientist in the Environmental, Health, and Safety Compliance department. Hunter is a recent Indiana University graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Management and a minor in Environmental Management.

Nicole Collett was promoted from Field Scientist to Staff Scientist. Collett joined August Mack in the Livonia, Michigan office in 2006. Collett received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Zoology from Michigan State University.

Additionally, Matt Bollinger and Matt Kaufman were promoted from Field Scientists to Staff Scientists in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania office. Bollinger joined August Mack as a field scientist in 2005 and has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a concentration in Ecology and Environmental Science. Kaufman joined the August Mack team in 2006 and received a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Biology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

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