So, who’s the Rock Head?

I’ve been told for years that all I have are rocks in my head, so I thought I’d start a blog to shake some of them out and clear my thoughts as I journey onward in this interesting, yet hectic life in the world of geology and science in general.  Being a manager of several scientists and drillers, and enough education to crystallize anyone’s head, I like to step outside of my current working environment and push myself to learn…constantly.  The research never ends.  Day and night, I thrive on finding the latest developments.  Not only in science, but also in leadership.  We can have all the science knowledge available, but without excellent leadership, it’ll go nowhere.  So, with both in mind, I will share my experience and finds with you and feel free to share yours as well.  Also, if you have any questions or are just starting out in your career and want advice, let me know!

Here is how I obtained all the rocks in my head:

  • B.S. Geology – University of South Florida
  • M.S. Environmental Engineering Sciences – University of Florida
  • Professional Geologist
  • 15 years geology experience
  • 25 years management experience (geology and health care industries)

Here are my life’s passion:

  • My family
  • Hydrogeology/geology
  • Sustainability/green technology/adaptive management
  • Protection of water supplies and natural systems
  • Progressive leadership/management
  • Successful employees
  • Mentorship
  • Writing
  • Art

Thanks for letting me share a little bit about me with you.  Take care, Sandie

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