Executive Vice President
Ingeborg is a senior vice president and principal with BSC Group and in 2018 became the firm’s first female chairman of the board of directors. She has more than 30 years of consulting experience in wetland and natural resources assessment and mitigation strategy, regulatory permitting, mitigation design, public participation, and construction monitoring. Her expertise in wetlands science and regulations assists both public and private sector clients in project planning and strategy at the local, state, and federal levels. Having served on Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Advisory Committees, she also conducts municipal regulatory analysis, such as open space and climate resiliency planning and adaptation strategies. Ingeborg was the president of the Society for Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Committee, and is currently on the Certification Review Panel involved in the review and approval of Professional Wetland Scientists.
Ingeborg serves on the Town of Stow’s Conservation Commission and Board of Selectmen and is also a member of the board of directors of her regional watershed association. In addition to serving as an adjunct professor teaching graduate level wetland ecology at the University of Massachusetts/Lowell, Ingeborg routinely lectures and authors material for professional associations. She holds a master’s degree in regional planning from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in geology from Skidmore College.