Christina loves hydrogeology almost as much as she loves British Columbia.

Since 2002, she has been playing in groundwater as both a consultant and a regulator.  She relocated to Vancouver and joined PGL in 2015 after a seven-year stint in Toronto with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.  She now spends her weekends trying to keep up with her kids on the ski hill and bike trails.

She is a logical thinker and clear communicator, and is skilled in both contaminant and physical hydrogeology.

Her experience includes:

  • Assessing and managing aquifers;
  • Expert review of Environmental Impact Assessments on behalf of First Nations;
  • Conducting hydrogeological impact assessments to meet municipal, provincial, and federal requirements;
  • Investigating and resolving groundwater quality and quantity issues;
  • Regulating the sharing of groundwater and assessing source water protection plans;
  • Creating regulatory guidance documents; and
  • Managing and completing assessments and remediation of contaminated sites.

As a licensed Professional Geoscientist in BC and Ontario, Christina provides expert hydrogeological advice for clients in both the trillium and dogwood provinces.