MS degree in Environmental Engineering, a wide range of Environmental Science knowledge, and an interest in energy efficient innovations.
Engineer in training (EIT) certification, 2003, State of MN.
M.S. degree in Civil Engineering (Environmental), 2002, University of MN.
B.S. degree in Microbiology, University of MN.
HVAC apprenticeship training 2008-2010 Local #10 JATC
Night coursework in AUTOCAD (3D construction layout).
Night coursework in Test and Balance of commercial equipment.
EPA 608 & 609 certification to handle refrigerants, 2007.
Lennox Corp. Build a Tech technician training course, 2007.
Radiation Safety Training, 1994, University of MN.
Use of Microsoft Excell for database, display, analysis of data and problem solving.
Use of AutoCAD, especially for 3D layout of construction projects.
Membrane Gas Transfer for Groundwater Remediation: Chemical and Biological Fouling, published in Environmental Engineering Science, Volume: 19 Number: 6 Page: 563 574. Authors: Roggy, D.K.; P.J. Novak; R.M. Hozalski; L.W. Clapp; M.J. Semmens. 2003.
The Caves of the Jamaican Cockpit Country: a systematic inventory and assessment of the caves located within the Cockpit Country ring-road, conducted by the Jamaican Caves Organisation, under contract to the Nature Conservancy Jamaica, Authors: Stewart, Conolley, Roggy and Slack. 2005.
Service Technician, Various, MN
Maintain and service commercial and residential HVAC equipment. Assist with installation of major equipment.
Recommend effective and efficient changes to residential HVAC systems.
Present information and solutions to customers in person and by phone.
Installer, 21st Century Technology, Hawaii
Assisted with Photovoltaic system installation.
Volunteer, Sea Life Park, Oahu, Hawaii
Designed a gas stripping tower, with two different flow options and an improved overflow weir to improve conditions in a 280,000 gallon reef tank
Teacher, Shanghai International High School, Peoples Republic of China
Created and taught an Environmental Issues course for grade 12.
Taught Biology, Environmental Science and Water Resources to grades 7-12.
Lead and coordinated the activities of teaching groups, archived teaching materials.
Community Sanitation Engineer, U.S. Peace Corps
Inspected and recommended improvements to a solid waste disposal site.
Designed a water quality monitoring project focused on sediment runoff, with the Montego Bay Marine Park.
Directed and produced Jamaicas Water ResourcesUnderground, as Primary investigator, with permission from the government of Jamaica National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA). Viewable on youtube.com.
Researched opportunities for community members to gain economic benefits from reuse and recycling.
Created, revised and archived various technical documents for internal use.
Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, University of MN Civil Engineering Dept.
Researched biological and chemical fouling of gas permeable membranes.
Published a research paper as the primary author.
Developed safer methods for teaching a student laboratory course.