Amy Waterman is a Gealogica co-founder and principal.
She holds a MPS from Cornell University in Natural Resources Policy and Management, minor in water resources. She brings 18 years of experience in water quality, watershed protection, and wetland protection. She conceived, designed, secured funding for, and managed many projects of different scale involving youth, community members, professionals, and municipalities. In Seattle, she has been active in green stormwater infrastructure through rain garden installation, education, and innovation.
She has skills in research and writing, community outreach, planning, grant writing, program management. She also has technical skills and experience in wetland delineation, sediment and erosion control, and rain garden siting.
Amy also holds a Certificate in Wetland Science and Management from University of Washington, and in Wetland Delineation from Rutgers University. She is a Rainwise contractor.
She is currently completing the Low Impact Development Certificate program through WSU’s Stormwater Center.
Alessandra Zuin is a Gealogica co-founder and principal
Alessandra holds a M.Sc. in Forestry and a M.L.A. both from University of Padova, Italy.
She has expertise in soils, botany, landscaping, arboriculture and horticulture.
A licensed professional in Italy, she designed new landscape constructions, planned and directed restorations of public and private parks, historical gardens and natural areas. She worked as technical director of landscaping companies, and in applied research, consulting for the green industry on plant nutrition, soil fertility and low input systems.
She led R&D projects on agricultural and specialty products and worked in collaboration with universities, corporations and professionals. She co-planned and conducted research and organized trials all over the US, including at Washington State University (WSU).
She is the scientific editor for the European Turfgrass Society and right now she is evaluating the performances of Washington volcanic sands for applications in green infrastructure and horticulture.
Alessandra also holds a Certificate in Low Impact Development (WSU) and she is a RainWise contractor.