Senior Project Manager
Hillary Goodell joins the ONE team with a wealth of experience on remediation projects and an appreciation for working at a small firm that will afford the opportunity to consult on a number of different projects. Her background includes investigation and remediation of VOC plumes, pesticides, PFAS compounds and petroleum releases. ONE Principal Eli Holland has been a mentor to her for years, and she’s happy to work with him and be part of a team that places its trust in its staff, junior associates included. “That’s a really great environment to come into, a place where the leadership and managers trust everyone to succeed,” says Hillary, who will work remotely from Raleigh, North Carolina.
The Hudson Valley, New York, native jokes that she’s a failed marine biologist after earning her degree in that field from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. She didn’t have the mindset to tackle more years of school after graduation so instead went to work as a field technician at an environmental consulting firm. That opened up a career path she had never considered and later prompted her to return to college to earn an associate degree in engineering and later acquire her license as a Professional Engineer in North Carolina.
When not working, Hillary is usually outdoors, tending to a robust vegetable garden or enjoying her 5-year-old son, Nat, and the family dog, Sunny, a black and white mutt. Hillary and husband Paul love to pile everyone into their travel trailer for kayaking, hiking and camping excursions.