School of Engineering Safety and Risk Management
Dr. White has over 15 years of experience in the environmental engineering and risk assessment fields. Her specialties include Strategic Environmental Assessment, Environmental Risk Assessment, and Environmental Impact Assessment. Dr. White was awarded her Ph.D. in 2013 from the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan in the area of Strategic Environmental Assessment for Sustainable Resource Development and Planning. Lisa was also awarded an Engineering MSc in the assessment of surface and groundwater contamination potential from point source pollutants in 2006.
Lisa’s 15 years of experience in environmental consulting includes Environmental Risk Assessments and Reviews, Phase I and II Environmental Assessments, and Environmental Impact Assessments for public and private sector clients. Dr. White’s relevant project experience includes a Strategic Environmental Assessment for Parks Canada assessing the cumulative environmental impact of industrial development surrounding the Wood Buffalo National Park in Northern Alberta, as well as an environmental risk assessment for Alberta Transportation for a school expansion in Edmonton. She also enjoys managing multi-disciplinary projects, such as the pre-feasibility study and risk assessment for the Saskatoon North Commuter Bridge. Dr. White is also the Co-Chair of the Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology (WISEST) board.