Emily Kaemmer

Environmental Scientist

Ms. Kaemmer, a degreed biologist (BA) and environmental scientist (PSM), manages risk-based corrective action projects at petroleum marketing facilities, conducts groundwater monitoring at a variety of sites, performs waste stream sampling for industrial and other customers, and conducts the research and prepares Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments. Ms. Kaemmer is a trained wetland scientist and conducts wetland delineations and biological assessments. She manages multiple projects for KEI and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Ms. Kaemmer earned her master’s degree in Environmental Assessment at the University of Kansas and her bachelor’s degree in biology and anthropology at Vanderbilt University. She developed the first field research at the KU Edwards Campus on how microbe diversity in compost affects establishment of native grasses and forbs. Her research brought together many specialties including soil scientists, prairie experts, and compost specialists. Ms. Kaemmer is a veteran of the U.S. Army where she served as a communications officer.