Team Edgewater Welcomes Penny Cutt as Director of Environmental Sciences

Cutt

Edgewater Resources is excited to announce our latest strategic hire, Penny Cutt as our Director of Environmental Sciences.  Penny will lead our Florida office and business development in Florida, the Caribbean and beyond.

As Director of Environmental Sciences, Ms. Cutt applies her substantial experience in the fields of environmental monitoring, assessment, planning, and regulatory permitting to support the firms’ commitment to sustainability and resiliency on all Edgewater projects. She utilizes her project management expertise to ensure timeliness and accuracy of deliverables for projects being handled in our Florida office. Prior to joining the private sector in 2007, Ms. Cutt worked as a regulator for County, State, and Federal government agencies including, US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District; South Florida Water Management District; and Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management. Ms. Cutt’s additional responsibilities as a Senior Associate include staffing projects and assuring that the clients’ goals and needs are met. She works closely with principals Ronald Schults, P.E. and Greg Weykamp, ASLA, LEED AP, BD+C to develop business strategies throughout the Southeast USA and Caribbean Markets.

Career Highlights

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Broward County Climate Change Task Force, Appointed Member
  • Broward County Marine Advisory Committee, Appointed Member
  • Pompano Beach Marine Advisory Board, Appointed Member
  • Friends of Our Florida Reefs, Board Director
  • South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP)
  • Treasure Coast Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (TCCFAEP)
  • South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP)

 

CERTIFICATIONS

  • NAUI Advanced Diver
  • NAUI Open Water Diver Florida Master

 

PUBLICATIONS & LECTURES

  • Design for Changing Water Levels, International Marina and Boatyard Conference – 2018
  • Threatened and Endangered Species in the Marine Realm, Environmental Permitting Summer School, Florida Chamber of Commerce – 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014
  • Joint Coastal Permitting from the Applicant’s Perspective, Environmental Permitting Summer School, Florida Chamber of Commerce – 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013
  • Coastal Living, An Evolving Horizon for South Florida – Regional Update Beaches, Marinas, & Resiliency, Environmental Land Use Law Section and Broward County Bar Association, CLE Seminar – 2017