Bio + CV
Kelsy Waggaman is a mathematics enthusiast, long-distance runner and engineering student earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.
In 2015, Kelsy participated in an Environmental Engineering Internship with ConocoPhillips at their San Juan Business Unit in Farmington, NM.
In this role, she designed and programmed a Comprehensive Air Emissions Modeling Tool (CAEMT) to support an efficient air permitting calculation and reporting process for the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) ConocoPhillips functional group. In addition, she managed the JJJJ Kubota DG972-E2 Engine Emissions Testing Project and interpreted initial operational emission factor data for reports submitted to the New Mexico Environmental Department (NMED).
Other projects she completed during her internship include developing and rolling-out the San Juan Business Unit municipal recycling program and competing in the ConocoPhillips OneWiki Intern Challenge. Competing with ConocoPhillips interns across the globe, Kelsy's submisison, "Emissions 101" won the 2015 Intern Challenge prize for “Non-Technical Runner Up."
Kelsy will be returning to ConocoPhillips in the Summer of 2016 for a second Environmental Engineering Internship at their corporate headquarters in Houston, TX.
Before beginning her technical education, Kelsy worked with community non-profit organizations in southwest New Mexico on economic revitalization, youth programming, and community health initiatives. In these roles, she earned statewide recognition for her leadership contributions and professional performance.
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