Bernard P. Carr
CEO / Principal Environmental Scientist
Mr. Carr has over 30 years of experience in the fields of wetland science, botany, ornithology, and herpetology. He has conducted over 250 wetland investigations that included delineations, assessments of wetland functions, federal and state permit applications, mitigation plans, and monitoring. Mr. Carr's technical experience includes preparing vegetation cover maps and descriptions; surveys of rare, threatened, and endangered plants; and breeding bird surveys. He also has technical project experience with Phase 1 bog turtle surveys, terrestrial ecology, hazardous waste site assessment, EIS preparation, and wetland creation planning.
Stephen L. Sheridan
President / Senior Environmental Scientist
Mr. Sheridan has more than 25 years of professional experience in the environmental field. Steve has participated in hundreds of environmental studies. His primary area of experience is wetlands, and he specializes in the design and construction of compensatory wetlands. Mr. Sheridan is experienced with GIS and has collected, edited, and managed data for small and large projects. His technical expertise includes the following areas: wetland delineation, wetland design, preparing planting plans, construction monitoring, wetland permit preparation, water quality modeling, and GPS Utilization.
Elizabeth A. MacEwen
After joining TES in 2015, Ms. MacEwen's most recent experience includes wetland delineations, wetland mitigation monitoring, GIS management, northern long-eared bat and Indiana bat habitat assessments, and assisting with technical reports. She gained field experience while attending SUNY-ESF, where she earned her B.S. in Environmental Biology. Past experience also includes working on environmental projects with The Nature Conservancy, which consisted of invasive species research, native species restoration, and environmental education.
Nicholas P. Radford
Assistant Environmental Scientist
Mr. Radford has 2 years of professional experience in biological studies, which includes his past experience of invasive aquatic plant species studies and his most recent experience of wetland and terrestrial studies in New York. Mr. Radford earned his B.S. in conservation biology during his college career at SUNY-ESF. His technical skills include wetland delineations, vegetation inventories, mitigation monitoring, bog turtle habitat surveys, Indiana bat habitat surveys, GIS management, and assisting with technical reports.
Devin J. Hansen
Assistant Environmental Scientist
Ms. Hansen has one year of professional experience and four years of research experience in the environmental field. Her primary scientific foundations are watershed science including forest and natural resources management. Her primary technical skills are environmental information and mapping (Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing and Global Positioning Systems (GPS)). She has participated in environmental studies in her professional career and contributed to published research on invasive species management, pollinator habitat and Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) for electric transmission line rights-of-way. Ms. Hansen has regional experience in the Northeastern United States and Alaska.
Office + Administrative Staff
Rose Ann M. Geller-White
Mrs. Geller-White has over 20 years experience in the accounting field. Rose Ann is responsible for applying accounting principles and procedures to analyze financial information, prepare accurate and timely financial reports and invoices, and to ensure appropriate accounting procedures.