Amanda Wisner M.S. Biology – Director Northeast Region
Amanda Wisner is the Director for the Northeast region of Lake Savers LLC. She holds a B.S. in Marine Biology from Millersville University and a M.S. in Environmental Management from UMUC.
Though Amanda has worked in a variety of positions in the field of aquatic biology, her primary interest is how human interactions with the environment affect aquatic ecosystems. Her research has taken her from Gloucester MA to the Bahamas to Esther Island Alaska where she was a fisheries technician for the propagation of salmon. In Richmond VA she worked as a consultant on the study of impingement and entrainment of power plants.
In 2007, Amanda returned to her home state of Pennsylvania and became an aquatic biologist for Ecoscientific Solutions LLC which was purchased in 2009 by Lake Savers, LLC. A majority of her work involves water testing, macrophyte and phytoplankton analysis, determining how human activities have affected a waterway, and then working with clients to convert that knowledge into an integrated management plan for the lake or water body.
Upon purchasing Ecoscientific Solutions and assessing Amanda’s capabilities and performance, John Tucci quickly promoted Amanda to Director of the Northeast Region for Lake Savers.