Director of Engineering
Veolia Nuclear Solutions
Whitney LaMarche is the Director of Engineering for Veolia Nuclear Solutions-Federal Services, LLC. She has a B.S. in Chemistry from Western Washington University and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering-Material Science from Washington State University. She is currently a member of the Tri-City Chamber of Commerce, Columbia Basin College Foundation, and American Chemical Society- Richland Section.
In her current role as the Director, her primary responsibilities include responding to requests for quotation for task order-based contracts, resource programming and management of their task assignments, and acting as the interface between project manager, project resources and the customer. From a business line perspective she develops, monitors and measures progress against contract budgets, schedules and resources. and ensures projects are to the customer’s expectations. She establishes, maintains, forecasts and trends budgets against fiscal year and calendar year forecasts providing business line representation to senior staff, customer, and contract management.
Prior to her current role Ms. LaMarche worked as a chemist supporting research on ion-specific media for Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Relief (patent pending), ground water remediation of radio nuclides, Savanah River tank waste, detritiation experiments, and nanocrystalline cellulose foams. While pursuing her master’s degree, she concurrently worked as the lab safety coordinator at WSU organizing and approving safety guideline institution of all graduate and post doc research plans, and served on committee as the Unit Level Safety, Health and Security Committee Chair.
March 8th is International Women's Day. To celebrate, we’ve elected to highlight the accomplished women that sit on the Tri-City Regional Chamber’s Board of Directors. Thanks to all the women represented on the Regional Chamber’s board, staff, and membership.
Women on the Chamber's Board of Directors