Julie Mouton is a dedicated environmental engineer and sustainability practitioner with more than 15 years of experience. So when she agreed to join Encamp’s Women of EHS initiative and discuss her career in an interview, we didn’t hesitate.
More on Julie’s EHS career and its aspects: At Antea Group, she currently supports clients in the food & beverage, technology, oil & gas, retail, and mining industries. She specializes in water stewardship, corporate ESG strategy, operational risk assessment, environmental liability management, and environmental compliance. And outside of work, she enjoys hiking, camping, gardening, water and snow skiing.
But that’s not to say her career hasn’t come without hurdles.
How have you gotten to where you want to be on your EHS career path? “I listened to my inner voice and intuition, and just kept going on the path I knew was right for me.”
Julie has more to say about her rise in the EHS ranks. Watch her video to hear how she’s done it.
If you’d like to be part of our Women of EHS initiative, or even to nominate someone you know, see our Women of EHS page.
And if you’d like to work at an exciting company like Encamp, see our Culture & Careers page for open positions. We’re growing!
Encamp is on a mission to create a world where good for business can equal good for the environment. We help enterprises transform compliance programs and human processes into a technology-driven system that lays the foundation for accurate and ongoing environmental compliance through a blended method of intelligent high-tech solutions and high-touch expert support.
Brandon is Encamp’s Business Development Manager - Partnerships and Events. But we call him Mr. Everything, because he’s also been a Sales Engineer, Environmental Solutions Engineer, and Account Executive at Encamp. He knows our industry well, having worked in it now for more than a decade.