Title: Assistant Project Manager
Company: Environmental Design International Inc.
Location: Elgin, Illinois, United States
Kehinde Olagunju, assistant project manager at Environmental Design International Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in environmental sciences.
Having accumulated almost a decade of experience in the field, Ms. Olagunju has excelled as the assistant project manager at Environmental Design International Inc. since 2021. In her current role, she specializes in projects pertaining to indoor and outdoor air quality, meeting with clients, writing and executing work proposals, and conducting assessments and inspections. Prior to her current appointment, she originally joined the company as an environmental scientist and industrial hygienist, positions she held from 2018 to 2021. She began her career in 2013, serving as a research assistant at Kainji Lake National Park until 2015. As part of her dedication to her profession, Ms. Olagunju also remains affiliated with the National Association of Environmental Professionals, the National Environmental Health Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Prior to embarking on her vocational journey, Ms. Olagunju pursued a formal education, beginning her studies at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in wildfire science in 2014. She subsequently continued her studies at Southern Illinois University, earning a Master of Science in environmental sciences in 2017. In addition to her academic credentials, she is also certified as an asbestos hazard abatement specialist and as an asbestos inspector. Adjacent to her professional endeavors, Ms. Olagunju also remains committed to civic advocacy, regularly volunteering in conservation education and with various local health departments. Over the course of her career, she has largely attributed her success to her resilience and determination to thrive in the field of environmental science. In the coming years, she hopes to continue contributing through her research and work in the field.
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