Jason Quitiquit White, M.S., Senior Hydrologist and Geomorphologist, has been managing, planning, analyzing, designing and overseeing the construction of small to large scale multi‐objective stream restoration projects in Northern California since 2008. In that time, Jason has taken several restoration projects from early watershed assessments and restoration plans through concept design, detailed design and analysis, permitting and environmental compliance, bid, and ultimately construction. His work often focuses on applying his expertise in hydrology, hydraulics, sediment transport, geomorphology, and stream restoration, to process-based designs of channel and floodplain grading, instream rock structures for fish passage and channel stability, large wood and biotechnical habitat enhancements, and biotechnical stream bank repairs. As a stream restoration project manager, Jason has demonstrated an ability to effectively structure and manage technical studies, develop efficient design progression approaches, collaborate with permitting and environmental compliance experts, effectively engage stakeholders and resource agencies, support clients in navigating the bid process, and oversee the implementation of projects. Jason unplugs from his work by hitting the slopes with his wife and two kids, coaching and playing soccer, mountain biking throughout the Sonoma Mountains, or his wife’s preference, working on his home that backs up to Sonoma Creek.