About Erin Delawalla
Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin
Erin Delawalla joined RES in 2019 as a Client Solutions Manager in the Midwest to develop innovative and cost-effective ecological solutions for clients. She brings extensive project management experience in the sustainable management and permitting of natural resources, including wetlands and streams, threatened and endangered species, and sensitive landscapes. Before joining RES, she worked for one of the largest renewable energy developers in the US, managing natural resources for over a gigawatt of utility-scale wind and solar projects in 18 states, including regular engagement with the USFWS, BLM, state wildlife agencies, and environmental NGOs. Her previous experience includes practicing environmental law for four years at an AmLaw 100 firm, helping clients with regulatory compliance under the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the Clean Air Act, as well as conducting environmental due diligence in transactional matters. Erin was a founding member of the sustainability programs at both Invenergy and Schiff Hardin.
Erin is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and has a BS in Finance from Saint Louis University.