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Our Team

We’re a small but dynamic team with One Vision: Protecting People, Place & Planet. Plus we’re striving to break the mold of how an Environment, Health & Safety company defines itself, because we’re a “For Profit” working for MORE than a profit.

Although we partner with a vast network of professionals across the country, you can learn more about our Principal Consultants below.

David M. Moore, MPH, CIH

Mr. David Moore has over 10 years of experience in the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) industry, several of which were within the University of California system. His experience more recently includes quick response of COVID-19 back to work evaluations and assessments helping businesses, municipalities, and counties safely return to work. He has further experience conducting exposure assessments, industrial hygiene monitoring, health and safety audits, compliance training, hazardous material emergency spill response and development of comprehensive EHS programs tailored to meet specific company needs. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, is a contributing member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and has his OSHA Hazardous Waste Operator (HAZWOPER) certification. In addition to his Masters of Public Health degree, he is also a Doctor of Public Health (DPh) candidate at UC Berkeley. In addition to playing games with his family in his free time, he enjoys conducting Tai Chi classes, cooking and eating delicious food, and voice impersonations.

Stephanie Wright Moore

Ms. Moore has a Bachelors of Science in Conservation and Resources studies with a focus on Environmental Policy & Management, from UC Berkeley. She enjoys working on visual representation of complex spatial data that helps to inform, simplify, and guide decisions.  Ms. Moore has over 5 years of experience with GIS mapping. In that time, she collaborated on the Lead in Drinking Water Plan for a University in Washington State; led a collaborative investigation of the Codornices Creek through analysis of erosion, sedimentation and public safety; and was a dynamic and valuable team member on a UC Berkeley project to assess and remediate water quality and create a sustainable ecotourism-based economy to support the preservation of spoonbill birds in Chinqua Bay, China.

Athena Nguyen

Athena Nguyen is a rising second-year Master of Public Health student in Global Health and Environment and Human Factors and Ergonomics at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. After graduating from Santa Clara University with a Public Health Science and Political Science double major and Biology minor in 2018, she served as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Vietnam. As an ETA, she leveraged her Vietnamese-American identity and passion for social justice to enable and impact her students, colleagues, and cohort fellows. Athena is interested in the social determinants of health, underrepresented communities, and ergonomics. Relevant graduate coursework includes Occupational Biomechanics, Global Occupational Health, and Industrial Design and Human Factors.  In her spare time, Athena enjoys exercising, reading, and exploring new podcasts.

Nancy Gutierrez

Nancy Gutierrez is a rising second-year Master of Public Health student in Environmental Health Science and Industrial Hygiene at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. Before attending graduate school, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Public Health from UC Berkeley. Growing up in an underserved community in the Bay Area, she has grown a deep interest in learning about the environmental and social determinants of health that promote or become a barrier to health and wellness. She is passionate about workplace justice, especially among workers who are immigrants and non-English speakers. In her free time, Nancy loves to learn new authentic Mexican food recipes and go on morning jogs.


 Francesca Lopresti

Francesca LoPresti is a rising freshman at Macalester College, in which she will begin her studies in the environmental sciences with a focus on social justice. Before she enrolls at Macalester College in the Fall of 2021, she will be taking a gap year to gain experience in sustainable agriculture and the effect of different agricultural practices on ecosystems around the United States. Francesca LoPresti has enjoyed learning about workers’ rights and safety in the workplace during the duration of her internship with Intrinsic. When away from her internship at Intrinsic, Francesca thoroughly enjoys spontaneous bike adventures around and beyond the Bay Area, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and frisbee at the beach.

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