Randall Ryti is a Senior Scientist with Neptune and Company, Inc. in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Randall was one of the founding partners of Neptune in 1992 and has worked on basic and applied environmental problems, including ecological and human health risk assessment support to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Hanford Site, and other clients. These risk assessment projects have addressed environmental contamination including groundwater over large spatial scales with multiple stressors, large and complex databases, and significant involvement of regulators, natural resource trustees, and the public. Randall has also assisted in the planning, decision logic, and statistical design of environmental data collection activities for Environmental Restoration sites at Department of Energy facilities (Hanford, Los Alamos, and Savannah River), Department of Navy Base Realignment and Closure facilities in California, and EPA-lead Superfund sites. Randall has been a member of ITRC teams since 2009 and has been active in the Groundwater Statistics and Monitoring Compliance team starting in 2011. Randall received the Industry Recognition Award from the ITRC in October 2012. Randall earned a bachelor's degree in biology from University of California Los Angeles in 1979 and a PhD in biology from University of California San Diego in 1986. Randall is certified as a Senior Ecologist by the Ecological Society of America.