Hannah G. van Hemmen
2013 – Present
Analyst and Environmental Consultant, MARTIN, OTTAWAY, van HEMMEN & DOLAN, INC. Areas of specialization include environmental management, statistical and economic analysis, structural analysis, oil record book analysis, ship valuations, environmental policy development, casualty investigation, failure analysis, human factors, PV energy.
Parliamentary Liaison, UK HOUSE OF COMMONS in conjunction with GLOBE INTERNATIONAL. Policy advisement on EU fisheries management; Coordination of agenda development, legislator meetings, and logistics for the World Summit of Legislators preceding the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Intern (Part-Time), ECO-EFFICIENCY CENTRE at Dalhousie University, provider of environmental management support to small businesses. Content development of online tool for hazardous chemical management; Design of “lunch-and-learn” presentations.
Intern, CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION. GPS mapping field work and report development with GIS; Creation of aquatic ecosystem monitoring program; Species identification; Forest restoration.
Outside Contractor, MARTIN, OTTAWAY, van HEMMEN & DOLAN, INC. Data analysis; Research assistance.
Production of technical narratives pertaining to boating accidents resulting in injury or casualty.
Data analysis for environmental criminal allegations involving Oily Water Separator systems.
Development of structural analysis report and technical drawings for facilitation of USCG vessel approval.
Ship valuation statistical analysis.
Education and Professional Qualifications
Ongoing Applied Systems Engineering and Industrial Economics coursework, Columbia University, New York, New York, 2013
Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Environmental Science, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 2011 (Awarded 1st Class Honours), Minor in Economics
Certificate of Completion, Shielded Metal Arc Welding Course, NSCC, Halifax, Canada, 2011
Associate Member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
Member, Panel E7 Environmental Management
2012 Dalhousie University Environmental Science Honour Society Medal
“Determinants of International Solar Panel Adoption”, Senior thesis, Dalhousie University, 2011.
Research Associate for Projects in Search of Relief with Development by Dr. Ian McAllister, Professor of Economics at Dalhousie University.
Contributor for “The Need for Additional Human Factors Considerations in Ship Operations” by Rik van Hemmen, 2008.
United States and Netherlands citizenship
English; working knowledge of Spanish
172 Monmouth Street
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Office: (732) 224-1133
Mobile: (908) 568-7869