Lee Curtis, BSC Group’s manager of Ecological Services, has been included on the Worcester Business Journal’s list of 40 Under 40, an annual award program recognizing leading young professionals in the Central Massachusetts area.
Lee’s notable contributions at BSC Group include management of a variety of ecological projects within the energy industry, for which she provides planning, permitting, and construction oversight for such clients as National Grid and Liberty Utilities. She also serves on BSC’s Management Committee, contributing to the overall management and strategic planning for the firm, while also providing leadership, guidance, and mentoring for a team of BSC’s ecological personnel.
Importantly, WBJ’s 40 Under 40 program recognizes achievements both in the workplace and the community. Lee is a member of the Ayer Strormwater Committee and the Ayer Conservation Commission, which functions to oversee the protection of wetlands, water bodies, waterways, floodplains and riverfront area. She’s also volunteered as a weekend puppy raiser for National Education for Assistance Dog Services (NEADS), helping to socialize and train service dogs for deaf and disabled individuals. Lee has additionally served as a plant conservation volunteer with New England Garden in the Woods, applying her expertise to monitor populations of rare plant species.
Last night, Lee’s award was celebrated at a special banquet hosted by the Worcester Business Journal at Mechanics Hall in Worcester. Congratulations to Lee on receiving this prestigious recognition.