Rosalie Starvish serves as a Project Manager and Water Resources Engineer for GZA. She has assisted numerous private and municipal clients with projects related to stormwater and watershed management and design, lake and pond restoration (dredging), flood control, flood impact and water quality analysis, dam maintenance and planning, FEMA hazard mitigation planning, and environmental impact assessments and permitting. Ms. Starvish is a registered Professional Engineer in Connecticut and Massachusetts, a Certified Floodplain Manager, and a Certified Professional in Municipal Stormwater Management (CPMSM) through Envirocert International, Inc. Ms. Starvish serves as the Vice-Chair for the Massachusetts Association for Floodplain Management (massFM), and is leading an expert work group for the Massachusetts Ecosystem Climate Adaptation Network (Mass ECAN) related to the climate resiliency of watersheds and streams. Prior to joining GZA over 18 years ago, Ms. Starvish earned her B.S. in Hydrogeology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her Master’s in Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.