SEH announces Natalie White as the Regional Practice Center Leader (RPCL) responsible for overseeing Natural Resources across Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Virginia, and Texas.
Additionally, SEH announces Jeremiah Wendt as the RPCL for Water and Wastewater in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan.
L-R: Natalie White and Jeremiah Wendt
Get to know the new Regional Leaders
Natalie White, PWS, CMWP, is an SEH Associate with 15 years of expertise as a professional wetland scientist, a certified Minnesota wetland professional, and a rare plant expert. Since joining SEH in 2010, she has been instrumental in managing schedules, budgets, and quality control for natural resource and environmental projects. Natalie also leads SEH’s Sustainability Committee.
“I am deeply committed to fostering sustainable practices that align with project goals. In my new role, my vision is to build strong partnerships, find innovative solutions, and lead initiatives that balance environmental conservation with meaningful community outcomes. It's about creating a sustainable future that benefits nature and the communities we serve.”
– Natalie White
Jeremiah Wendt, PE*, first joined SEH in 2004. He transitioned from consulting to take on the role of Director of Public Works for the City of New Richmond, Wisconsin, where he dedicated over six years before rejoining SEH in 2020. Jeremiah has expertise in leading teams in both the public and private sector as well as designing water and wastewater pumping and treatment facilities.
“I want to foster a team culture rooted in collaboration and innovation, continually delivering water and wastewater solutions that meet the unique needs of our client communities. I envision leveraging advanced technologies and sustainable practices to drive forward-thinking projects that enhance each community's well-being, resilience, and infrastructure for future generations.”
– Jeremiah Wendt
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