Thank you for reading about
your Benton-Franklin Health District Environmental Health Food Safety
Specialists. We are eager to help you
serve safe food -- please call our office if you have any questions.
Britt was born and raised
She graduated from Kennewick
High School to pursue a
degree in biology and Spanish from WSU. Upon graduation, Britt
joined the BFHD in 2005. She speaks both German and Spanish and has
found that being trilingual is a very useful skill. Britt’s territory includes
Pasco, Prosser, and Paterson.
Britt nació aquí
in Kennewick. Ella se graduó de Kennewick High School y luego asistió a WSU. Ella recibió una carrera en
biología y español. Después de graduarse en mayo, Britt
empezó a trabajar por BFHD en 2005. Ella habla alemán y español. Britt trabaja en Pasco,
Prosser, y Paterson.
born and raised in Pasco. She earned a degree in Biology from Whitworth University in 2006. Erin joined the Health Department in the
summer of 2006 and has been inspecting the Richland
and West Richland area since. She enjoys learning all the aspects of the
food industry and the science behind food safety. Erin also
thinks that working with the public on a daily basis keeps her job interesting!
Jessica has been at BFHD
protecting the food served to the public in East Pasco, North
and Benton City since June 2005. She graduated from Central Washington
University with a
Bachelor’s degree in Biology. Jessica
has enjoyed playing soccer and softball for years and continues to do so. Her most recent new interest is bowling. She enjoys traveling, spending time with her
dogs, and playing sports with her friends.
Jessica ha estado en BFHD protegiendo la comida servida al publico en el Este de Pasco, en el Norte del Condado de
Franklin y Benton City desde Junio del 2005. Ella se gradúo de la Universidad de Central
Washington con su Diploma en Biología.
Jessica ha disfrutado jugar fútbol y baseball por años y continua haciéndolo.
Su mas reciente interés es el boliche. Ella disfruta el viajar, pasar el tiempo con
sus perros, y jugando deportes con sus amigos.
born and raised in Idaho. She has a BS in Microbiology/Biochemistry and
a BS in Medical Technology from Idaho
State University. In spite of her last name, Judy did not work
with food safety until she joined the health department in July 2002. Judy’s territory includes west Kennewick and south Richland.
to BFHD from Richland.
She received her degree from San Diego
University in Microbiology and worked
as a Medical Technologist at Mercy Hospital in San
Diego. A long time resident of the Tri-Cities area,
she worked as a Medical Technologist at Our Lady of Lourdes and began working
with the Health District in 2004. Pam’s
territory includes east Kennewick.
supervisor of the program, joined the Benton-Franklin Health District in 2000
as the surveillance program educator. Excited
by the public health work, she was awarded the Washington Rookie Sanitarian of
the Year Award in 2001. In 2003, she
left BFHD to work with the Department of Health food safety program in Olympia and was fortunate
to work with industry and food safety professionals around the state and nation. Missing the fine staff at the Health District,
she returned to BFHD two years later. In
late 2007, she became the program manager. With the dedicated, skillful, and diligent
BFHD Food Program Staff listed above, her goal is to continue the Health
District’s dedication to working with our local industry and community partners
to protect the residents and visitors from illness in our community.