Director of Technology Solutions & Operations
+1 612 747 2381
“My core expertise is being able to fluently converse with business, information technology and environmental professions.”
Dr. Kim Stagg has more than 18 years of professional project director/manager experience focused on using technology to solve environmental and business problems. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology with Environmental Aspects, a Master of Science degree in Engineering Geology and a Doctorate degree in Hydrogeology. He views himself as a translator for environment, technology and business people to bring together these disciplines. Kim's experience includes extensive work in IT strategic planning and business review, system design, process and project management, and system implementation planning and execution. Kim specializes in both EH&S management systems and soil and groundwater data systems, he has developed and deployed numerous protocols and systems worldwide. His experience includes leading large teams to undertake multi-site, global projects within the environmental software arena. He has presented a number of technical papers/posters and is an advisor on a number of committees in this area. He is currently heading the 'DIGGS (Data Interchange for Geotechnical and GeoEnvironmental Specialists)' team to design and implement a world-wide standard for environmental data. He Chairs the Internet Groundwater Data Group at the National Ground Water Association (NGWA). He also is the vice-chair on a sub-committee for data management at AWMA (Air & Waste Management Association).
- April 12, 2010, “Labor Cost Reduction Via Enterprise Groundwater Data Management”, NGWA, Denver
- March 30, 2010, “Environmental Information Management”, Oracle, San Francisco
- May 5, 2009, “Green Dynamic BPM Gives A Competitive Edge”, IBM IMPACT Conference, Las Vegas.