Dr. Shoemaker joined Tetra Tech in 1991 and has served in various technical and operational capacities, including business group president, infrastructure group president, chief strategy officer, and project manager. She has led large-scale watershed studies, led the development of modeling tools, and published in the field of watershed and stormwater modeling and decision-making. Dr. Shoemaker oversees Tetra Tech’s Growth Initiatives program that for more than a decade have linked our high-end scientists and engineers across our operations to leverage our company’s resources in developing new markets. She designed Tetra Tech’s corporate sustainability program and is our Chief Sustainability Officer. Her technical specialty is in the development of analysis systems and model applications for watershed management and integrated water management solutions that incorporate water reuse and stormwater harvesting. Dr. Shoemaker was principal investigator and lead for development of first-of-a-kind models that have helped to advance the science of water management (i.e., SUSTAIN and GWLF). Dr. Shoemaker holds a BA in Mathematics from Hamilton College, an MEng from Cornell University, and a PhD in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Maryland.