Rose Weissman is a Senior Project Manager in Newburgh, New York with Kleinfelder with project focus including Department of Energy decommissioning of a legacy research and development facility, public utilities environmental management, retail gasoline operations, and manufacturing environmental compliance. Since 1988, Rose has worked as an environmental professional on RCRA waste management and facility investigations, site assessment, investigation, and remediation, UST management, explosives manufacturing, UXO remediation, and multimedia permitting and compliance. She has worked extensively with the US EPA on Region 2 priority sites in the continental US and Caribbean, as well as with the Army Corps of Engineers in remote areas of Alaska assessing military lands to be returned to Native Alaskan Corporations. She has been qualified as an expert in the areas of site assessment, site investigation, remediation, and UST failure in numerous litigations in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Rose is a member of the ITRC Radionuclides team and ITRC UXO team, has been active in community outreach programs and environmental awareness during the course of her professional career, and was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship for outstanding community service and her work with inner-city youth by the Paterson Rotary Club. She earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Felician College in Lodi, New Jersey in 1988.