Career Advice, Coastal Projects, and Navigating the Workplace with Hollie Schmidt
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Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! 

On today’s episode, we talk with Hollie Schmidt,  Director, Resilient + Sustainability Business Advisory at Jacobs about Career Advice, Coastal Projects, and Navigating the Workplace.   Read her full bio below.

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Showtimes:
1:37  Nic and Laura discuss career paths
6:54 Interview with Hollie Schmidt starts
13:55  Hollie's career advice
19:31  Hollie discusses her coastal projects
32:27  Hollie talks about navigating the workplace

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Connect with Hollie Schmidt at https://www.linkedin.com/in/hollie-schmidt/

Guest Bio:
Hollie Schmidt is Director of the Resilience + Sustainability Business Advisory. In her 26 years of practice, she has honed an integrated planning and delivery approach, with a particular focus on master planning and site selection. Serving a broad range of projects, she leads large, diverse teams of planners, architects and the full spectrum of engineers and technical experts to assist with decision-making, scenario evaluation and implementation plans. With a strong foundation in facilitation, coordination, communication, and problem solving, she has a long history of successfully leading mega, complex projects for clients with large real estate and facilities holdings and delivering sustainable and resilient solutions.

Hollie’s area of practice includes a focus on resiliency planning either as a preventative or recovery service for larger-scale clients who are experiencing vulnerabilities to natural or man-made disasters particularly as it relates to climate change. She has led inter-disciplinary teams that deliver sustainable solutions across the natural and man-made environments for multi-billion-dollar programs as well as more moderate facilities. She also supports resilient and sustainable solutions through extremely compelling business case analysis focused on life-cycle savings and non-financial benefits such as wellness, environmental and community impact and market recognition.

Music Credits
Intro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace Mesa

Outro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs Muller

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