Product Manager Jessica Hart Receives Professional Engineering Licensure
December 28, 2016
Product Manager Jessica Hart is the most recent member of BlueInGreen to be recognized as a Professional Engineer (PE). According to the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), a PE licensure is the profession's "highest standard of competence" and "a symbol of achievement and assurance of quality."
In order to become a PE, candidates must complete a four-year college degree, work under a PE for a minimum of four years, pass two intensive competency exams and earn a license from their state's licensure board. The accreditation is ultimately designed to protect and improve public health, safety and general welfare.
"Jessica has been essential in the evolution of our company," said BlueInGreen CEO Chris Milligan. "We are proud of her accomplishments so far and look forward to watching her continue to grow as a Professional Engineer."
Hart studied Biological Engineering at the University of Arkansas, where her senior design team placed third in the Gunlogson National Environmental Design Student Competition. She also worked as a student associate for Dr. Scott Osborn, a co-founder of BlueInGreen. After graduating in 2012, she accepted a full-time position with the company.
In 2015, Hart was named to the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal's Fast 15 and was also featured in the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers' (ASABE) Resource Magazine. She has been selected by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the International Ozone Association (IOA) to speak at conferences across the country.
Hart has been influential in researching, developing and marketing BlueInGreen's ozone dissolution system and has overseen product installations in Fayetteville, Ark. in 2014 as well as Clarksville, Ark. in 2015. For more information on BlueInGreen's solutions for oxidation, click here.