Elizabeth (Liz) Victor
Liz is a Professional Geologist with nearly 25 years of technical, field, and project management experience in soil and groundwater contamination assessment and remediation, and landfill permitting, compliance and remediation. she holds a B.S. in Geology, with an emphasis in hydrogeology, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh (1985) and graduate studies in Hydrogeology, University of Akron, Akron, OH, (1985 - 1987). For the majority of her career she managed projects for Environmental Consulting firms in Florida. She was also employed as a project manager by the Wisconsin DNR and worked on Wisconsin DOT projects and the Kewaunee Marsh Arsenic Spill project. Currently, she assists GLC on Willow Creek Preserve Projects by preparing grants and managing projects.
Liz joined GLC as a volunteer to learn about conservation easements, land stewardship, and resources for land owners and has served on GLC's Outreach Committee since 2016.
"Land conservation matters to me on so many levels. The connection with the natural world is beneficial to our well-being and preservation helps stabilize natural communities and reduces the impacts of climate change. Our future depends on land conservation".
Liz lives in her hometown of Fond du Lac with two cats an one dog. She spends a lot of time at Kay’s Ledge, a privately-owned, non-profit, nature preserve on the Niagara Escarpment, gaining experience and knowledge needed to restore and preserve Kay’s Ledge. Some of her hobbies & interests include knitting, spinning wool, making baskets, rock hounding, being outdoors, and camping.