Sean Engelking is an environmental scientist with over five years of professional experience in academic, consulting, and regulatory environments and a diverse educational background in biological and physical sciences and environmental toxicology. He leverages his broad background and skills to contribute to a variety of projects – including aquatic effects monitoring programs for the mining sector, bioaccumulation modelling of selenium and mercury in aquatic ecosystems, and human health risk assessments. Sean’s work often contributes to regulatory decisions regarding site closure and remediation options.
Sean is a Registered Professional Biologist with the College of Applied Biology in British Columbia and holds a Masters of Environmental Toxicology from Simon Fraser University, where he researched the potential effects of neonicotinoid insecticides on sockeye salmon during critical early developmental life stages. Sean is an effective communicator with strong critical thinking and quantitative skills. He has a reputation for striking a balance between identifying important details while remaining focused on the big picture. As a result, he makes valuable contributions to project teams.
When not working, Sean can be found immersed in a good book, cycling along the seawall, or enjoying one of the many local parks the lower mainland has to offer.