Clover received a Master’s degree in Geology from Baylor University and has worked on environmental compliance, project management, and inter-agency coordination for large scale construction projects in the transportation, water, and electric utility industries since 1998. She holds Texas Professional Geoscientist license 3639. Clover has extensive experience with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) project documentation for transportation and energy projects in Texas including the preparation and management of environmental assessments (EAs), categorical exclusions, biological assessments, and technical documents in support of EAs and environmental impact statements. In addition, she has managed coordination and consultations with state and federal agencies (USFWS, TGLO, USACE, FEMA, TCEQ, and TPWD) in support of a variety of projects.
Clover has also conducted TCEQ Geologic Assessments and karst feature surveys and excavations. In previous positions, Clover has conducted wetland delineations, stream channel assessments, watershed evaluations, water sampling, designed and prepared erosion control plans, performed groundwater geochemistry analyses, pump test analyses, installed and monitored piezometers, and performed ground-water contaminant flow mapping studies and hazardous materials assessments in support of Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, and RCRA Field Investigations.
In her spare time, Clover keeps her geosciences skills sharp by teaching Geology and Environmental Science classes at Austin Community College.