ERT today announced the appointment of David “Dave” Sherry as Chief Operating Officer. In this role Mr. Sherry, who brings over 30 years of experience leading strategic business units and overseeing a broad range of business functions, is responsible for the management and oversight of the company’s entire contract portfolio. Spanning multiple federal agencies including NOAA, NASA, and USACE, ERT’s work includes a broad range of science, engineering, environmental management, and IT efforts.
ERT congratulates Alex Atkinson and Cassie Lovall, winners of the new Habitaty peer award from the NOAA Fisheries Office of Habitat Conservation. There are seven distinct categories of this award, each named after a type of habitat and designated for a specific characteristic or achievement.
ERT today announced the appointment of Hugh Johnson as Chief Information Officer. Mr. Johnson, who brings 35 years of information technology experience, is responsible for promoting best practices in IT and data management across ERT programs, as well as ensuring the performance of ERT’s IT management practice.
Randy TeBeest joined ERT in December 2017 as Vice President, Environmental Services. In this role, he manages a business unit whose contracts primarily support NASA, NOAA, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
ERT is pleased to announce multiple corporate sponsorships related to the upcoming 98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.
For the second consecutive year, ERT has sponsored a short course related to our work on the Joint Polar Satellite System. “Using JPSS Data Products to Observe and Forecast Major Environmental Events” will take place on Saturday, January 6, 2018 in the Austin Convention Center. This course offers a combination of lecture, hands-on activities, and short talks on the evaluation of new JPSS data products.
ERT is pleased to announce that we’re once again sponsoring the Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s annual dinner reception on Monday, January 8, 2018. Held in conjunction with the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting, the purpose of this dinner is to foster communications and networking among Chinese professionals. In addition to COAA members, delegates from the Chinese Academy of Science and Chinese Meteorological Administration are expected to attend.