Last fall, Taylor Research Group (TRG) was pleased to welcome a new junior research associate to our team: Kylie Armo.
Kylie has a background perfectly aligned with TRG’s research areas of expertise. As a student at Colgate University, where she obtained a BA in Environmental Geography with a minor in Political Science, she conducted extensive archival research for a variety of environmental projects. Kylie has also had roles as a conservation policy intern for Massachusetts Audobon Society’s Legislative Affairs Office and most recently as an environmental scientist for CarriageHouse Consulting, Inc. based in Massachusetts. In both roles, she gained experience conducting research on topics we regularly focus on for our clients – the clean-up and remediation efforts related to product releases from underground storage tanks and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. All of which has made Kylie well-suited for working on TRG projects in support of environmental, toxic tort, and asbestos litigation. Her research has involved a mix of federal, state, and local records at repositories across the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Additionally, given her experience as a social media and marketing intern for ClimateStore, Kylie is also becoming involved in TRG’s ongoing social media efforts by posting on our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as penning blogs for us.
Kylie recently became members of the Environmental Law Institute and will begin attending their seminars to sharpen and hone her knowledge about timely environmental legal issues. She looks forward to continuing their work on TRG’s diverse array of research projects, including those related to environmental litigation, on behalf of our clientele.