Emily L. Holliday is an Environmental Scientist who received her A.S. and A.A.S. degrees from Sinclair Community College, and her B.S. and M.S. from Wright State University. While working at Fondriest Environmental since November 2020, she has worked as an Applications Scientist, Assistant Office Manager, and lead of the Environmental Science Team. As an Applications Scientist, she was involved with building and integrating remote monitoring systems, calibrating and testing of water quality sondes, and working with customers on the startup and deployment of new monitoring systems. In regards to being an Environmental Scientist, Emily helps monitor the Field Station at the Fondriest Center for Environmental Studies to help restore habitat for native wildlife, and provide weather and water quality data for research. The Environmental Science Team works closely with the Naturalist team to expand on the documentation of the different species of flora and fauna found at the Field Station. In her free time, Emily enjoys photography, drawing, and spending time outside.