Ginger G. Gillin, CFP

Vice President/Principal Environmental Scientist


    M.S., Wildlife Biology, University of Montana
  • B.A., Geography, University of Colorado

Training and Certifications

    Certified Fisheries Professional, American Fisheries Society

Ginger Gillin is an environmental scientist and fisheries biologist working of out GEI’s Portland, Oregon, office. She has been a project manager and/or project scientist on assignments involving hydroelectric licensing, relicensing, and license compliance.

Ms. Gillin’s project experience has also involved fish passages, environmental permitting, ecosystem restoration planning, fisheries monitoring, and environmental documents preparation. She specializes in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Policy Act (CEPA) compliance for water resources projects, particularly water conservation and groundwater banking projects. She has special expertise in the biology and management of the Federally-listed bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus).