Kathy Zeigler, P.E.
Program Manager of the Saint Louis Zoo Institute for Conservation Medicine
Kathy’s background is in project management of environmental issues, primarily remediation sites and compliance issues. After two years of providing volunteer services, she joined the Institute for Conservation Medicine (ICM) in March 2019 as the Program Manager. Kathy manages the ICM budget and other financial matters, handles project recordkeeping, assists with permitting, and coordinates the ICM Friends newsletter. Kathy is also the environmental mentor and financial manager for the One Health Education IMLS grant.
Prior to working at the Zoo, Kathy worked for Medtronic (formerly Covidien, Tyco, Mallinckrodt) for almost 30 years. As a remediation project manager, Kathy managed investigations and clean up plans for large remediation sites across the U.S., working collaboratively with regulatory agencies, other companies, and local communities to develop solutions that met all stakeholder needs. These solutions took a One Health approach to remediation since ecological and human health risk assessments are critical components of remedy development.
Professional Engineer (P.E.) – Licensed in Missouri
MBA – Management Emphasis, Webster University
B.S. – Chemical Engineering, Missouri University of Science & Technology
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