Keisha D. Long is an Environmental Engineer working for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control since 1998 in Columbia, South Carolina . She is a Project Manager in the State Superfund program. Her responsibilities include overseeing the assessment, remediation, and clean up of Superfund sites in South Carolina ; and overseeing the assessment and cleanup of Voluntary Cleanup Program sites. Previously, she worked in the department's RCRA Corrective Action Engineering Program where she guided clean-up actions for dozens of waste management units at Department of Defense bases including: Charleston Air Force Base, Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, and Shaw Air Force Base. She also provided regulatory concurrence to the regulated community and their consultants in Hazardous Waste Management. She has worked as a remedial project manager in the Federal Superfund and Dry-cleaning Restoration programs. Her responsibilities included assisting the US EPA Region 4 with assessment and cleanup of sites in South Carolina that are listed on the National Priorities List (NPL) and assessing registered dry-cleaning sites. Keisha joined ITRC's Sampling, Characterization, and Monitoring team in 2001 and became the team leader in 2008. Keisha earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina in 1998.