Please join us in welcoming Robbyn Spratt, P.E., to the Applied Ecology Team as Principal Water Resources Engineer! Robbyn is a Professional Engineer with more than 25 years of experience in public and private sectors designing and managing projects such as traditional and innovative Best Management Practices, hydraulic pump stations, living shorelines, and constructed wetlands. She assisted Brevard County to meet BMAP goals, applying hydraulic and groundwater modeling to estimate pollutant load reductions to the Indian River Lagoon.
Robbyn received her BS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Central Florida and served on the Florida Stormwater Association Board for five years. She and her husband have a chronic case of wanderlust, visiting more than 70 countries to date.
Robbyn is also a professional photographer, capturing beautiful landscape and wildlife photos wherever she goes. During the summer months, she volunteers at the Archie Carr Wildlife Refuge, leading “Turtle Walks” to teach people about the endangered sea turtles nesting in the area.