Mary Schoen joined Soller Environmental after completing a post-doctoral research position with the US EPA. While with the EPA, Mary developed risk assessment and sustainability assessment tools for natural and engineered water systems. Her work helped to establish the scientific foundation for the development of new 2012 Draft National Ambient Water Quality Criteria. She was awarded the National Exposure Research Laboratory Special Achievement Award in 2010 for this work.
Mary Schoen holds a Doctorate degree in Engineering and Public Policy and a Masters degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Carnegie Mellon University, and a Bachelors degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Bucknell University. Dr. Schoen serves as a peer reviewer for Environmental Science & Technology, Water Research, Risk Analysis, Plos One and the US EPA Office of Water and Office of Research & Development. She has been invited as an expert in the area of quantitative microbial risk assessment to multiple meetings and has contributed to many peer reviewed articles.