We're excited to announce the full-time hiring of Alwyn Ambrose and Raymonde “Ramie” Bell. Serving as engineer interns, a professional path for an engineering graduate to earn a professional engineer license, both employees will assist our engineers in evaluating facilities and assisting them to ensure they are operating in compliance with local, state and federal environmental regulations.
“Alwyn and Ramie have shown great passion and eagerness for preserving the environment with their skills in engineering,” said Larkin Myers, president of Tioga. “Their principles align with Tioga’s mission to keep the environment clean and safe for all members of the community. I am confident that our clients will be in good hands with their expertise and guidance.”
Ambrose specializes in assessing and maintaining environmental, health and safety regulations for development projects and facility operations. A native of Decatur, Alabama, she recently received a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering with a concentration in environmental engineering from Mississippi State University. As a student, she served as an environmental and safety intern at Steel Dynamics, where she initiated and supervised a single-stream recycling program for cardboards and plastics, as well as prepared a waste characterization plan for the facility. Dedicated to promoting STEM education and encouraging young girls to explore STEM careers, Ambrose was actively involved in the Society of Women Engineers and the Chi Epsilon civil engineering honor society at MSU.
Bell will also apply her engineering skills to assist Tioga team members in ensuring clients facilities meet environmental regulatory requirements. Ms. Bell will assist clients with projects related to wastewater, stormwater, air pollution, hazardous waste and more. She received a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the Herff College of Engineering at the University of Memphis and served as an intern on Smith Seckman Reid’s engineering team in Memphis. Bell is a Memphis native and is passionate about social justice reform and environmental sustainability. She is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a co-chair of the Sierra Club Chickasaw Group’s executive committee.