Staff Geological Scientist
- Raleigh, NC*
Camille is a geological scientist in GeoEngineers’ growing Raleigh office, where she focuses on horizontal directional drilling (HDD) projects for our pipeline clients. She spends a lot of her time in the field, collecting soil samples, logging boreholes, and monitoring HDD installations. When she’s not busy with fieldwork, Camille coordinates and schedules subcontractors and helps senior staff prepare geotechnical reports and proposals.
Camille’s interest in geology was no coincidence. Raised by geologist parents, her love for rocks and the outdoors was instilled from an early age. She pursued a degree in geology and geological engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, but Camille was already getting her hands dirty well before graduation thanks to a three-year internship with the United States Geological Survey. At USGS, Camille played an integral role in the landslide-hazard team specializing in data collection, organization, and visualization using software like ArcGIS.
“I was offered a position with GeoEngineers shortly after graduating from school,” Camille says. “I was thrilled for the chance to move somewhere new and work at a company with such a wide variety of projects.”
In her free time, you might find Camille curled up at home with her dogs and cats or exploring the great outdoors. She enjoys camping, long drives into the mountains, and lazy days at the beach.
“Honestly,” Camille says, “I like to do just about anything as long as it’s with my fur babies, friends, and family!”