Senior Environmental Scientist

  • What’s something you’d like to learn?

    I have been thinking about learning how to crochet animals.

  • What’s something someone would be surprised to learn about you?

    I’m pretty good at celebrity trivia.

  • Where’s the most interesting place you’ve been?

    Probably the Mojave Desert. I went to do desert wash surveys at my previous place of employment.

  • What are three things you can’t live without?

    Coffee, my family, and chapstick!


Beth is interested in anything involving animals and enjoys the aspects of her job that connect her to that interest, the outside, and accessing nature in ways most people don’t get to see. As a Senior Environmental Scientist, Beth performs environmental monitoring, permitting, and avian monitoring. She also manages other environmental monitors in the Mount Laurel, New Jersey office.


Beth joined McCormick Taylor in 2015. Over those 8 years, she has continued to serve as one of the primary avian monitors for an electric utility client in New Jersey. In doing so, she monitors at risk osprey nests built on powerline poles. She recognizes the significance and concern of potential hazardous nest situations for these clients that can lead to bird-related service interruptions, power outages, and fires. Beth also understands the risks posed to raptors and provides emergency response services for avian related injuries as part of that contract.


When asked what her favorite McCormick Taylor memory was, Beth recalled a particular training she attended: “My favorite memory was traveling to Wisconsin for a raptor training class. It involved banding chicks, handling, and trapping techniques.”


While Beth enjoys the fast-paced nature of monitoring and permitting in her role at McCormick Taylor, she also finds pleasure when she is not working participating in sports and spending time with her family.

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