Jackie holds a Bachelor's Degree from Stockton University in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Forest Management.
Prior to her current position, Jackie was an intern through the Stockton University Environmental Internship Program.
In her free time, Jackie enjoys hiking and kayaking.
715.453.3274, ext. 338
Scott holds a bachelor’s degree from Paul Smith’s College in forestry with an emphasis in ecological forest management and a minor in GIS.
Prior to his current position, Scott worked in arboriculture.
In his free time, Scott enjoys astrophotography, gold prospecting and making tree ring prints.
715.453.3274, ext. 319
He has extensive experience in designing and implementing varied timber and resource inventories, including detailed data acquisition, analysis, reporting, and modeling using state-of-the art hardware and software applications. He oversees cradle-to-grave services on forest carbon projects including project design, inventory, GIS and analysis, and modeling. With a deep knowledge of Lake States silviculture, particularly northern hardwood management, Forrest specializes in forestland real estate due diligence and investment analysis. He has also worked on analysis, inventory, and modeling assignments on projects located across the country from the northeast through the Adirondacks and Appalachia regions, to the western states, including Alaska.
715.453.3274, ext. 317
Kate holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Prior to her position with Steigerwaldt, Kate was a climber and plant health care specialist for Savatree, where she performed disease treatments and became proficient in tree pruning and removal processes.
She is a member of the International Society of Arboriculture.
In her free time, Kate enjoys running, hiking, camping, and cooking.
715.699.1401, ext. 205
Bret holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Management and Soils from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point.
Prior to his current position, Bret interned as a Resource Crew Technician at Forest Preserves of Cook County in Illinois. He also has experience in landscaping and lawn care.
In his free time, Bret enjoys fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, target shooting, and running.
715.453.3274, ext. 308
Chris received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Forestry and Resource Management from the University of Tennessee. He worked for the USFS Forest Inventory and Analysis unit before moving to the private industry. He also worked in procurement at a coastal plastic resin manufacturer before moving to serve as Wood Sourcing Manager where he managed a large sourcing operation over seven states.
Chris specializes in managing forestry operations from a technical perspective as well as interpersonally. He is experienced in a variety of inventory and research methods and carries a wide-reaching network of industry professionals. Some of his skillsets include forest data acquisition, GIS solutions, analysis, reporting, communications, team management, budgeting, and strategic planning. His experience has been primarily focused across the 13 most southeastern states in the US, with work relating to both southern Appalachian hardwoods and southern pine species.
Chris enjoys spending time with friends and family in addition to a variety of hobbies including fishing, surfing, jiu jitsu, boxing, and music.
715.453.3274, ext. 336
Mike holds a Bachelor's Degree from Paul Smith’s College in Integrative Studies with concentrations in Forestry and Natural Resource Management and minors in GIS and Business. He also holds an Associate’s Degree from Montgomery Community College in Forest Management Technology with certificates in GIS and Outdoor Recreation.
Prior to his current position, Mike was a Consulting Utility Forester with the Davey Resource Group maintaining distribution powerlines. Mike has also worked as a GIS Data Technician for natural gas projects and as a Procurement Forester for a hardwood sawmill.
In his free time, Mike enjoys astronomy, culinary mushroom cultivation, fly fishing and scuba diving.
715-453-3274, ext. 343
Maryada holds a Master of Science (MS) degree focused on Natural Resource Science and Management from University of Minnesota - Twin Cities and a PhD from the University of Florida, majoring in Forest Resources and Conservation. She specializes in forest management, quantitative silviculture, dendrochronology, and environmental education, with specific skills in database management, statistical analysis, data visualization and QA/QC.
In her free time, Maryada enjoys spending time with her family, visiting new places, and hiking.
715.453.3274, ext. 301
Janet began her career as a landscape architect with the U.S. Forest Service and went on to earn an M.S. and PhD from Michigan Technological University in Landscape Ecology. From there, she spent 25 years as a professor at Washington State University and the University of WI-Madison where she taught GIS, landscape ecology, and regional design courses. In this role, she also led research projects and traveled around the Great Lakes region, Asia, Switzerland, and Washington State.
Most recently, before joining the team at Steigerwaldt, Janet founded and ran a private consulting business for Geodesign.
Outside of work, Janet most enjoys water-based activities, liquid or frozen: swimming, paddling, ice skating, snowboarding, and skiing.
715.453.3274, ext. 335
Leland holds a Bachelor's Degree from Carleton College in Environmental and Technological Studies with an emphasis in Environmental Justice.
Prior to his current position, Leland was an AmeriCorps/4H Special Interest Club Coordinator, and a Data Manager for the Bluebird Recovery Project of MN.
In his free time, Leland enjoys hiking with his dog, trying to train his pet parrot, travelling, and watching rugby.
715.453.3274, ext. 302
Fleming holds a Master of Arts (MA) in Geography with emphasis in Natural Resources Management from Appalachian State University. Prior to joining Steigerwaldt, he worked for a private timber resources company in precision agriculture and as a Biological Technician with the US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Fleming lives in the Appalachian region of North Carolina and loves getting outside whenever possible (especially with his black lab / hound mix Roscoe). He enjoys playing the drums and guitar, vegetable gardening, and cooking.
715.453.3274, ext. 315
Prior to his current position, David worked for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for 5 seasons. David explored multiple opportunities with the WI DNR and gained experience as a Facilities Maintenance worker at Northern Highland American Legion State Forest; a Parks and Recreation Specialist in the Flambeau River State Forest; and a Fisheries Technician, performing creel survey work on the Pike Lake Chain of lakes in Price County, Wisconsin.
David holds a Bachelors Degree in Natural Resources with an emphasis on Natural Resource Management from Oregon State University. He also obtained an Associates Degree in GIS from Nicolet Area Technical College.
In his free time, David enjoys spending time in the outdoors hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping.
715.453.3274, ext. 342