Dr. Dona has over 18 years of experience working with hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste remediation. Her past experience includes process engineering, technical management, project management, and technical legal opinion work in the Kansas City and Seattle USACE districts for 11 years. She has worked in her current position as a process engineer at the USACE Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise (EM CX) for 6 years. Dr. Dona has authored over a dozen journal articles in a variety of subject areas, including characterization of naturally occurring insecticidal oils, heat transfer in porous media, kinetics of metal polymer gels for tertiary oil recovery, and green and sustainable (GSR) remediation. She also authored the monitored natural attenuation protocol for the Kansas City District and the Interim GSR Guidance for USACE, as well as co-authoring numerous conference presentations on GSR and monitored natural attenuation. She has also performed environmental footprint assessments on a number of Federal projects, as well as being the primary developer and instructor of the USACE FUDS GSR web-based course, an Army National Guard GSR training module, a FUDS District one-day, on-site GSR training course, and the USACE/Army module of a Navy/Army/USACE/Battelle GSR tools short course at the Battelle Reno 2011 remediation conference. Currently she is co-developing a two-day, on-site GSR training course for Active Army installations using template materials developed from the Army GSR Study performed by the EM CX of which she was project manager. Dr. Dona has a B.S. in chemistry from University of Washington, an M.S. degree in mechanical and materials engineering from University of Missouri, and a Ph.D. in chemical and petroleum engineering from University of Kansas. She is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Iowa.