Mr. Piechowski is an environmental scientist with six years of professional experience in the environmental industry specializing in spatial data management and visualization for soil and groundwater remediation, natural resource and environmental constraints analyses, invasive species management plans, and human health risk assessment projects in the Western United States. Mr. Piechowski is an interdisciplinary scientist with strong technical skills and scientific understanding.
Mr. Piechowski received a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Management from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2016. The focus of Mr. Piechowski’s academic research primarily involved spatially analyzing and identifying likely areas of conflict between large carnivores and cattle operations located in California.
Mr. Piechowski also worked with cattle operations in the identified hot-spot areas to help educate about and improve non-lethal management strategies. Mr. Piechowski presented his findings at multiple scientific and public meetings, state government meetings, and is the process of submitting for publication.
Association of Environmental Professionals
Master of Env. Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2016
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science, Loyola Marymount University, 2011