Stephen Lukas joined the Washington Water Trust as a Project Manager in January 2022 and brings four years of technical experience from the environmental consulting sector.
He previously worked as a hydrogeologist and field team lead on large-scale remedial investigations and water resources development projects for federal, state, and industrial clients in the Northeastern US. He has supported projects under various regulatory settings, including the national Superfund program and Clean Water Act, and has experience in geospatial analysis and modeling.
Stephen has had a life-long admiration for free-flowing rivers. He received a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Massachusetts with concentrations in the hydrological sciences and water governance. During his undergraduate studies he served as a research assistant on a USDA-funded project focused on adaptation strategies for river management in flood-prone communities in Western MA.
Stephen grew up near the starting line of the Boston Marathon and enjoys exploring the backcountry with his fly rod, running, and sailing on other people’s boats.