Policy & Planning Specialist
- Master of Marine Affairs, University of Washington
- B.A., Editorial Journalism / Environmental Policy, University of Washington
- Endangered Species Act Compliance
- National Environmental Policy Act/State Environmental Policy Act (NEPA/SEPA)
- Tribal Treaty Rights
- Environmental Compliance and Permitting
- Transportation Planning
- Marine and Nearshore Ecology Requirements
Sasha Visconty has 27 years of experience in regulatory compliance in Washington State, focusing primarily on marine infrastructure and transportation development projects. She also is a skilled team builder with proven ability to manage blended teams composed of agency and consultant staff. Sasha has extensive familiarity with environmental regulations including: Endangered Species Act (ESA) consultation; federal, state, and local permitting and environmental compliance; and documentation for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). Sasha has expertise in tribal treaty rights, construction protocols around treaty fishing, Section 106, and tribal programs. Sasha specializes in developing environmental strategies that integrate the environmental and tribal consultation processes into planning, design, and construction. She has extensive and positive working relationships with agencies such as the Washington State Department of Transportation, Washington State Ferries, Sound Transit, and the City of Seattle.
View Sasha’s resume here.