Gina Plantz began working for Haley & Aldrich in 2007. Previously, she worked as a senior scientist and consultant with NewFields Environmental Forensics Practice in Rockland, MA . Gina has over 10 years of experience in the field of environmental chemistry where her area of expertise is vapor intrusion pathway analysis, with focus on air chemistry, soil gas assessment and analytical techniques. Gina has participated on several state vapor intrusion guidance development committees and has been an invited speaker at numerous conferences and training seminars including the US EPA's Vapor Intrusion training workshops and the Air & Waste Management Association's Vapor Intrusion conferences. Gina has been an active member of the ITRC Vapor Intrusion team since its formation in 2004. Prior to joining NewFields, Gina was the air testing program manager for Severn Trent Laboratories for 9 years. Gina earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Widener University in Chester, PA in 1997.