INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., January 9, 2020–Morgan Saltsgiver, LPG, Director of Brownfields & AgriBusiness at EnviroForensics officially began her tenure as President of the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) on January 1, 2020. MSECA is a professional trade organization comprised of member companies and individuals advancing the field of environmental consulting in the Midwest region.
As the group’s first woman president, she’s looking forward to leaving her own unique mark on the organization. Saltsgiver shared that inclusivity, expansion of membership, and education will be her areas of focus for 2020. She says, “Environmental consultants are the fulcrum between environmental protection and regulated industries. We need this industry to remain a tight-knit group in support of balance, expertise, and wisdom to better serve our clients and our communities.”
Saltsgiver has been an environmental consultant for more than 16 years and specializes in providing Brownfields redevelopment, agribusiness and traditional consulting services. She builds collaborative relationships between brownfields redevelopment project stakeholders, and helping clients find alternative funding sources for environmental investigation projects by using historical insurance policies, federal and local brownfield grants, and state trust funds.
In addition to MSECA, Saltsgiver is also actively involved with the Northwest Indiana Influential Women’s Association (NWIIWA), the Ball State University Geology Department’s Alumni Advisory Board, and the Indianapolis Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), where she serves as the Treasurer and was named the Foremost Leader of the North Central Region in 2019.