CSA Announces New Regional Manager for Florida’s West Coast

Melisa Reiter, a seasoned environmental consultant, will take the helm of the Tampa office

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) is pleased to announce the addition of Ms. Melisa Reiter as Regional Manager in the Tampa Bay area. Ms. Reiter will work closely with CSA’s scientific and business development staff to assist in the growth and diversification of CSA services along Florida’s west coast. In addition to expanding the client base, she will be involved in project management and supporting ongoing work efforts. Regarding her new position, Ms. Reiter noted, “This opportunity provides me the ability to get back to my roots and for CSA to grow and diversify. It’s a great outcome for everyone.”

Ms. Reiter brings more than 25 years of environmental consulting and management experience to CSA. Her specialized expertise includes regulatory permitting, marine studies, habitat assessment and evaluation, water quality studies, seagrass mapping, aerial photograph interpretation, land use mapping, ecological assessments, threatened and endangered species studies, and wetland mitigation design and monitoring. Her regulatory permitting experience includes single-family home docks, canal dredge projects, large-scale marinas, seagrass assessments, and coral reef natural resource damage assessments. In addition to her consulting experience, Ms. Reiter is an accomplished scientific diver and a Professional Wetland Scientist.

With a diverse range of scientific and operations experience as well as a rich business development history of supporting and maintaining environmental consulting offices along the west coast of Florida, Ms. Reiter brings an essential combination of expertise and practical, real-world knowledge to her new position with CSA.

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