SES Personnel

R. Fred Crabill - President/Senior Ecologist/Environmental Assessor.  Fred holds a B.S. in Environmental Biology from Florida State University, 1973. Fred has over 39 years of experience in ecological assessments, environmental permitting, Threatened and Endangered Species surveys, permitting and relocations, and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments.

Phil Chapman - Senior Ecologist/Fishery Biologist. Phil has over 42 years of overall experience including a leadership role with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and his current responsibilities at SES which include wetland monitoring, plant and habitat identification, establishing jurisdictional wetland limits, endangered species surveys, permitting and wildlife relocation projects, fish studies and field data collecting and reporting.

Catherine D. Litscher - Environmental Scientist III.  Catherine holds a B.S. in Environmental Sciences from the University of West Alabama, 1997.  She has been with SES for 6 years as an Environmental Scientist and has 16 years experience in all aspects of environmental resource permitting, plant and habitat identification, establishing jurisdictional wetland limits, endangered species surveys, permitting and wildlife relocation projects.

Christopher E. Bradshaw - Staff Ecologist/GIS Technician.  Chris is currently completing his B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy at the University of South Florida graduating Spring 2013. Chris has over 9 years of experience in mitigation wetland monitoring, environmental assessments, establishing jurisdictional wetland limits, plant and habitat identification, endangered species surveys, permitting and relocations. Chris is knowledgeable in all aspects of GIS. 

Jan M. Crabill – Vice President of Finance and Accounting & Office Manager.  Jan has been employed for 14 years at Southeast Environmental Solutions with over 26 years of accounting experience.