Program Manager, Remediation Specialist, Geologist
173 Butterfly Lane
Pisgah Forest, NC
Ms. Williams knows how to get things moving. She is instrumental in calming chaos, focusing attention, and gaining agreement to make progress.
Daphne has been a leading program manager in environmental remediation for over 23 years with a broad range of technical experience working with Federal, State and Commercial clients. Her experience includes technical and regulatory negotiations for the Department of Defense (DoD), assessments of complex geologic sites, and communicating the complexity in a way that promotes collaborative thinking and decision making.
As a certified technical facilitator, Daphne builds consensus among diverse stakeholder groups and translates project objectives into actionable and measurable steps toward completion. As a senior level geologist and steward of both the environment and her clients’ budgets, she is able to rapidly grasp and communicate site data and decision factors, leading to positive outcomes.
Daphne has a love of the outdoors; running, hiking, and exploring; taking her dog Riley along with her whenever possible. She received her B.S. in Geology at Auburn University and returned to pursue her M.S. in Hydrogeology with an emphasis on petroleum. Ms. Williams proudly serves on the Board for the Auburn University Endowment for Excellence for the Department of Geosciences and was elected to the Auburn University College of Science and Mathematics, Geoscienes Advisory Board with the goal of providing guidance and financial assistance to enhance educational and research capabilities, recruit exceptional students and faculty, and grow and enhance the department size and reputation.