Hydrogeologist and GIS Analyst
Tammy is a hydrogeologist with a Master of Science from McMaster University and expertise in Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Tammy’s skillsets include data and information management, constraints mapping, spatial and data analysis, habitat suitability mapping, 3D visualization analysis, cumulative effects assessments, and the production of report quality figures. Over the past year, Tammy has supported natural resource development projects by effectively communicating technical details to Indigenous groups, regulators, and the public. Tammy has supported a variety of mining projects throughout BC by developing and managing permit applications and approvals and subsequent compliance with both regulatory approvals and with Indigenous agreements. Significantly, Tammy has supported Indigenous engagement for a proposed large copper porphyry mine in Yukon, with overlapping First Nation groups.