Ms. Callahan is a young engineering professional with a diverse and thorough educational background. Her civil engineering education provided insight to a variety of relevant civil engineering subjects such as construction management, structural engineering, and environmental engineering. Her master’s education provided education on a variety of current environmental concepts and remediation technologies. Ms. Callahan’s time at Manhattan College culminated with a term project consisting of a literature review of multiple remediation technologies concerning the removal of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from drinking water. Remediation technologies studied in this literature review include granular activated carbon (GAC), ion exchange (IX), and electrocoagulation. As a junior engineer, Ms. Callahan assists on a variety of projects pertaining to environmental engineering including industrial hygiene, contamination remediation, and development of climate action plans.