Jennifer Lasseter Resume

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					           Jennifer S. Lasseter, P.E., Chemical
                                             Engineer

Texas Professional Engineer License #104694 • jenrose1976@yahoo.com • 512-736-0790




  University of Texas at Austin • M.S. Chemical Engineering • August 2005                       3.89/4.0
       Kansas State University • B.S. Chemical Engineering • December 2000                      3.91/4.0




                               Proficient with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


September 2011 – January 2012
• Environmental Scientist, Hill Country Environmental, Inc.
       Prepared state air permit applications for sites in Texas, Arkansas, and Colorado.
       Analyzed product composition and identified applicable regulations.
       Types of clients included petroleum industry, bulk chemical distribution, and electronics research &
        development.



August 2006 – September 2011
• Pollution Prevention Specialist, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
       Assist industry in reducing waste, air emissions, and water discharge via alternative procedures and
        technologies.
       Analyze and track trends in annual reductions of hazardous waste and TRI chemicals by industry
        sector.
       Coordinate and present at workshops on Waste Reduction Policy Act requirements and benefits.
       Final review and approval of waste reduction success stories published at ZeroWasteNetwork.org.
       Develop and implement rule exemption review process.


October 2005 – July 2006
• Permit Review Engineering Specialist, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ)
      Evaluated NSR permit applications for Coatings Sources.
      Provided technical assistance to applicants to resolve permit application deficiencies.
      Prepared technical summaries of NSR permit review process.
      Composed detailed messages (e-mail, or formal deficiency letters) to explain permit issues to
       applicants.
      Verified emissions calculations, performed basic air dispersion modeling, and drafted appropriate
       permit conditions.


September 2002 – May 2005
• Graduate Research Assistant, University of Texas-Austin
      Researched air quality issues in the Houston-Galveston Non-Attainment area by modifying reaction
       equations for computer simulations of particulate matter formation.


April 2001 – July 2002
• Permit Review Engineering Specialist, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ)
      Reviewed federal operating permit applications for completeness and applicability of rules/regulations.
      Provided technical assistance to industry to resolve application deficiencies.
      Composed detailed e-mails and letters to explain permit issues to applicants.
      Reviewed three large permit applications for a chemical company.
      Assisted a small gravel company in rectifying past permitting errors that led to an enforcement action.

				
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