Francis C. Ramacciotti is an Associate and Senior Risk Assessor with GHD and is located in North Wales, Pennsylvania. Since 2000, Francis has specialized in using risk assessment and risk-based principals to make sound decisions during site investigation and remediation under RCRA, CERCLA, state cleanup programs. At GHD he is responsible for the completion and peer review of human health risk assessments and product stewardship assignments, including material reuse, at hazardous waste sites and industrial facilities in the United States and around the world. He has designed and performed detailed evaluations of the potential use and re-use of brownfield sites, including those where future plans are uncertain and where risk assessments are being used as a dynamic tool to identify reasonable reuse conditions. Prior to GHD, he worked for 16 years in the human health risk assessment field with ENVIRON (Ramboll). Since 2013, Francis has contributed to ITRC as a team member for ITRC's Decision Making at Contaminated Sites: Issues and Options in Human Health Risk Assessment (RISK 3), ITRC Petroleum Vapor Intrusion (PVI 1) teams. Francis earned a bachelor's degree in environmental science from the University of Scranton, in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1998 and a master's in environmental management from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina in 2000. Francis is an Adjunct Professor teaching Principals of Risk Assessment at USciences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.