Katie J. Unke Ehrenberg

Senior Project Manager/Ecological Practice Leader


    MBA, Project Management, Lakeland University (In-progress)
  • B.S., Water Resources and Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Training and Certifications

    Advanced Wetland Delineation Training Workshop, UW-LaCrosse
  • Basic Wetland Delineation Training Workshop, UW-LaCrosse
  • Critical Methods in Wetland Delineation, UW-LaCrosse
  • Hydric Soils Identification, UW-LaCrosse
  • Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes Workshop, UW-LaCrosse
  • WDNR Karner Blue Butterfly HCP Monitoring Training
  • Erosion Control Site Inspector/Installer Training
  • Certified Endangered Resource Reviewer (WDNR)
  • WDNR Karner Blue Butterfly HCP Monitor

Katie Unke Ehrenberg is a project manager based in GEI’s Green Bay, Wisconsin, office with over 10 years of experience focusing on environmental compliance and environmental risk management. She specializes in identifying and reducing environmental risk for clients, construction site environmental compliance, agency coordination and permitting, and linear corridor environmental management.

Katie has successfully managed and completed large to small scale projects for utility and transportation clients, private landowners, industries, municipal, and state and federal clients throughout the Midwest. She oversees and completes wetland delineations, plant identification, threatened and endangered species surveys, habitat assessments, and land use surveys. Katie is a Certified Endangered Resource Reviewer for the state of Wisconsin and is certified by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for various threatened and endangered species surveys.

She is experienced in wetlands, waterways, natural habitats, threatened and endangered species, permitting, environmental construction oversight, and other environmental considerations on a variety of projects. She is responsible for managing and providing technical support to projects that include FERC environmental reviews, transmission line construction, road projects, commercial business expansions, and more. The FERC environmental review work has included assessing environmental aspects of a site and potential impacts to resources including, but not limited to, historic resources, threatened and endangered species, wildlife and wildlife habitat, wetlands, waterways, invasive species, recreation, construction details, erosion control, and more. She is experienced in all these fields throughout the Midwest.

Fun Fact

Was attacked by a baby badger during an onsite assessment of wetlands.