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HDR Alaska has expanded its services to Alaska clients with the addition of several new staff.

Rosetta Alcantra is a new public outreach specialist with HDR. She has 10 years of experience in public relations and office management. Prior to joining HDR, she had worked in many fields, including the National Wildlife Federation and the Alaska State Legislature.

Gar Carothers is a new environmental project manager with HDR. For more than 16 years, he led environmental studies in Alaska for natural resource development companies. His skills range from research, marketing for large environmental impact statement projects, public presentations, to oversight of remediation.

Doug Scott is HDR's new head GIS coordinator. He has more than six years of experience as a GIS data analyst, instructor, database programmer and data specialist. He previously worked for Lockheed Martin, Bureau of Indian Affairs and The TSR Group in Colorado.

HDR also brought on Vanessa Bauman as a GIS specialist. She is experienced with a wide variety of software for cartographic design and geospatial analysis for engineering and environmental planning projects. She has worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service and the National Park Service.
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Title Annotation:Right move
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2005
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