People

ANNIKA FAIN, PRINCIPAL HYDROLOGIST & GEOMORPHOLOGIST, PRESIDENT
Annika Fain is a hydrologist, geomorphologist, and president of Fain Environmental LLC. She is a Certified Floodplain Manager and EIT who has broad-based experience in ecosystem restoration, coastal geomorphology, watershed hydrology, floodplain management, and environmental outreach. She has over 16 years of experience managing and performing analysis of physical and geological processes throughout the watershed. For the past nine years, she has lead restoration events along the Duwamish River as a Puget Sound Steward with EarthCorps. She has participated in restoration events throughout the watershed for the past 30 years. Annika teaches students about oceanography through the Ocean Inquiry Program. She participates in the Girls on the Run program as a running buddy for elementary school girls. Annika is an avid runner, cyclist, swimmer, triathlete, and hiker.


JORDAN MACKE, JUNIOR HYDROLOGIST
Jordan is a junior hydrologist. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Science and received training in wetland science and management from the University of Washington. She has a background in water quality and resource management, as well as nearly four years of experience in the conservation of aquatic resources and freshwater crustaceans. Jordan has experience with wetland mitigation and rating projects, working with state and local jurisdictions, non-profits, and private industry. Jordan has expertise in GIS. She has also received training in nearshore habitat and marine wildlife through programs with Sound Water Stewards, COASST, Seattle Aquarium and Pacific Marine Research.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHIRLEY WU, JUNIOR HYDROLOGIST

Shirley is a junior hydrologist. After completing her B.A. in Environmental Biology, Shirley worked in conservation and salmon habitat restoration before going on to study environmental engineering at the University of Washington. She currently holds a Master’s in Environmental Engineering with a focus on water quality in natural systems and has received training in stormwater management and green infrastructure through programs and conferences with Sustainable Seattle and the Northwest Environmental Business Council. Shirley has experience in environmental education and outreach, grassland and river restoration, CAD, and water quality management.