Management and Administrative Team
After 40 years of professional experience in silviculture, agriculture, and restoration, Kim envisioned a framework for environmental consulting that focused on interesting and meaningful projects while building the capacity of local community members. Kim was instrumental in Splitrock's inception as a not-for-profit entity and has overseen the growth and development of Splitrock into a successful business. Kim has a passion for the environment and a proven track record for project management. Outside of work, Kim enjoys time outdoors, pottery, and gardening.
Fisheries Project Manager
Jessica is a project manager with over 10 years experience in the environmental field. She has a strong background in fisheries and aquaculture research, project management and environmental monitoring. Jessica also works as a policy analyst and advisor with the National fisheries committee and National aquaculture working group. Past projects Jessica has participated on include lake productivity modelling, salmonid tagging, fish behavioral trials, and enumeration studies across the Bridge-Seton watershed.
Shauni joined the Splitrock team in 2015 and is passionate about being part of an aboriginally-owned environmental company. Prior to working here, Shauni was attending school to become a Business and Accounting Technician. At Splitrock, she greets our visitors in our main office and is responsible for administrative duties including payroll, book-keeping, and providing support for all on-going projects. Outside of work, you can find Shauni busy driving her kids to hockey and figure skating and keeping her family fed and clean!
Odin Scholz, B.Sc.
Odin is an accomplished restoration ecologist with over 17 years of experience working in a variety of ecosystems across British Columbia. Odin's outlook and experiences allow him to identify creative and innovative solutions to ecological restoration. He has developed, implemented, and monitored complex projects for reservoir drawndown zones, contaminated sites, mines, linear projects, and regional developments. Additionally, Odin has a broad base of knowledge in land resource mapping, federal and provincial legislation, environmental monitoring, and technical report writing. Outside of work, Odin is busy chasing after his three boys and maintaining a working farm.
Travis is an Environmental Technician with Splitrock Environmental. He has over 6 years of experience in environmental monitoring, salmonid biology/fish identification, field techniques, and habitat inventory/assessments. Travis is trained in swift water rescue and electrofishing and has also completed the Environmental Technician Certification course. Travis is involved in many ongoing projects with Splitrock including work at Goldbridge, Jamie Creek, and Carpenter Lake Reservoir. Outside of work, you can find Travis out hunting or fishing in the Lillooet area.
Daryn is a Sekw'el'was community member and has worked at Splitrock Environmental for over 6 years. She has diverse experience from habitat and land use surveys, implementing restoration work, assisting at outreach events, data QA/QC, and developing maps for clients. Daryn is currently training to become a Land Use Advisor for the Sekw'el'was community. In the future, Daryn aspires to go back to school and study natural science.
Native Plant Nursery Team
As the supervisor of Splitrock’s native plant nursery, Marilyn’s primary responsibility is harvesting native plant seeds from the local landscape and growing the seeds into marketable produce. This involves tasks such as replicating natural soil stratification, precipitation regimes, and frost timing in a greenhouse environment. Also, Marilyn spends a lot of time on industrial sites salvaging native plant species for re-planting after a disturbance. Prior to working at Splitrock, Marilyn worked on a local produce farm. On the weekends, you can find Marilyn busy tending to her own plants and gardens.
Felicia has been employed at Splitrock Environmental for over 3 years. She is an enthusiastic jack of all trades and is instrumental to the day-to-day activities at Splitrock. Felicia spends most of her time in the nursery, where her jobs include planting, watering, weeding, general upkeep, and overseeing summer students. Outside of work, Felicia is a advocate for upholding traditional values and provides for her family by hunting, fishing, and canning. Additionally, she is skilled in making dream catchers and painting.