Lynn Compas has 26 years of experience managing cultural resource projects in Washington and California. She received her MA in Cultural Resource Management from Sonoma State University in 1998 and she meets the Secretary of the Interior Standards and Qualifications for Archaeology. She has conducted prehistoric and historic cultural resource studies in mountain, desert, and coastal areas in both the Pacific Northwest and Northern California. Ms. Compas’ experience includes conducting and compiling cultural resource inventories, historic property management plans, mitigation plans, and environmental assessments for organizations such as Seattle City Light, the National Park Service, Puget Sound Energy, Seattle Public Utilities, and Orcas Power and Light. She is well versed in the Section 106, SEPA, EO 05-05 and CEQA processes, as well as Tribal consultation. Before joining HRA in 2009, Ms. Compas was a Cultural Resource Specialist for Pacific Gas And Electric in Northern California.
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