Working in the government and consulting fields, Ms. Winter-Stoltzman has provided technical analysis and strategic support for natural resource damage assessment and remedial liability allocation on a variety of cases across the Great Lakes and Pacific Northwest regions, including major oil spills and large, complex sediment sites with numerous potentially responsible parties. Ms. Winter-Stoltzman has experience in all phases of the natural resource damage assessment process, including initial site research and data inventory, identifying potentially responsible parties, conducting preassessment screens, quantifying natural resource injuries using habitat equivalency analysis, and negotiating settlement with responsible parties leading to successful resolution of liability. Ms. Winter-Stoltzman also works on study design and implementation for remedial design at sediment sites.