Ms. Fricano specializes in evaluations of marine, coastal, and riverine resources in the context of natural resource damage assessment, restoration, remediation, and regulatory and policy frameworks. She regularly applies her strong science, policy, and communication skills to inform sound decisions among diverse groups of stakeholders. Ms. Fricano has overseen several multi-year field and laboratory programs and has coordinated large teams of experts and supporting staff on issues such as oil spills, coastal wetland assessments and restoration, and aquatic dredged material disposal. She frequently provides technical support on remediation projects and has worked extensively on oil and gas projects, including deepwater ports, oil exploration, offshore pipelines, and onshore facilities. Ms. Fricano is the deputy program manager of IEc’s Environmental Services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contracts with NOAA’s Restoration Center.
Ms. Fricano holds a B.A. in Biology from Williams College and an M.S. in Marine Science from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science/College of William and Mary.