April Doroski is a project environmental scientist with experience in wetland delineations, environmental inspections, natural resource surveys, and report preparation and permitting. She has conducted wetland delineations for private and municipal clients, and prepared environmental permit applications in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. Her professional licensures include Certified Professional Soil Scientist (CPSS) and Wetland Professional in Training (WPIT). April has co-authored papers published in peer review journals including Wetlands and Soil Biology and Biochemistry.
April is the Secretary for the New England Chapter of the Society of Wetlands Scientist and is the Chair of Tighe & Bond’s STEM Initiatives subcommittee of our Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
Life Outside of Work
April is an avid volunteer for various New England organizations. She regularly volunteers for environmental clean-ups, has worked with students at the MassSTEM Hub, and has co-hosted sessions for a Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commission conference. April also uses her love for the environment to fundraise for the Clean Air Task Force, creating an annual nature calendar with her own photography to raise money for the organization. She also uses her fundraising skills to bring Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)-centric children’s books into classrooms to ensure BIPOC children feel a sense of belonging and encouragement while others feel a sense of fellowship with people of different backgrounds. In 2020, April was recognized as a BusinessWest Young Woman of Impact Finalist.