Future Colleagues

Interested in working at Cadmus?  Meet some of your future colleagues:

  • Anna - Associate

    What projects have you been involved with in your time with the firm?

    I primarily work on projects supporting the Underground Injection Control Program in EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water. Recently, our team has been doing a lot of work on geologic carbon sequestration and hydraulic fracturing—everything from literature reviews to subsurface flow modeling to data system design to writing technical guidance documents.

    What are some of your hobbies/activities you like to participate in outside of work?

    I volunteer at the National Zoo in DC (be sure to stop by the Reptile Discovery Center the next time you visit!) and the Arlington County public library, and I’m a poll worker for the Arlington County Election Board.

    What made you want to work for a social good consulting firm?

    Being able to apply my background in the earth sciences to socially relevant issues is something I really value. I also like having the opportunity to work on so many different types of interesting projects.

  • Philip - Senior Associate

    What projects have you been involved with in your time with the firm?

    I specialize in developing financial solutions that encourage energy efficiency and renewable energy investment. At Cadmus, I’ve worked with clients like the U.S. EPA, the U.S. Department of Energy, and many state and local governments.

    What are some of your hobbies/activities you like to participate in outside of work?

    Backpacking/camping/hiking, playing guitar, community service, gardening, robotics and software design, hanging out with my kids.

    What made you want to work for a social good consulting firm?

    I first became interested in sustainability while working on LEED projects as a construction general contractor. During graduate school, I focused my MBA in the areas of sustainability, energy, and finance. For me, it was really important to find a company where I could apply these skills and where the work that I did would improve people’s lives.

  • Madhulika - Senior Associate

    Cadmus employee since:
    2001

    College:
    B.S. University of Maryland at College Park
    M.S.E. Johns Hopkins University

    Projects worked on:
    I primarily work on drinking water regulation development for EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water. To help EPA understand the potential financial and public health impacts of a rule, we prepare an economic analysis. One of my main roles is to build cost models and compare the costs to the potential benefits (illnesses and deaths avoided by implementing the rule). Once a rule goes into effect, I work on developing guidance manuals to help water systems understand and comply with the rule. Recently, I helped manage EPA’s Community Water Systems Survey, a national survey of treatment, capacity, and financial characteristics of drinking water systems. The survey results will be incorporated into cost models for future regulations.

    Favorite thing about Cadmus:
    The friendly and supportive environment, and the opportunity to work on multiple projects, across different groups and offices.

    Hobbies/activities outside of work:
    I enjoy reading, classical arts, and spending time outdoors.

  • Aquila - Senior Associate

    What is your favorite thing about working at Cadmus?

    The camaraderie with my co-workers—and seeing clients appreciate the value we’ve provided them.

    What projects have you been involved with in your time with the firm?

    I work as an engineering lead focusing on the planning and assessments in Cadmus’ utility solutions group. That means I typically conduct quantitative and qualitative engineering data analysis for a broad range of projects, including energy saving potential assessments, utility program planning (prescriptive and custom programs), and energy-efficiency program evaluations.

    If you could use one word to describe working at Cadmus, what would it be and why?

    Dedication—at Cadmus, if you put in the effort, you will be rewarded.