Jayme Hobson graduated from Murray State University in 2010 with a Master's of Science in Occupational Safety and Health emphasizing in Industrial Hygiene. Jayme currently works for URS Energy and Construction, located in Richland Washington. There she holds the role of project safety and health lead and industrial hygienist under the River Corridor Contract, a prime contractor to the U.S. Department of Energy. The River Corridor Contract is the $2.3 billion nuclear cleanup project, aimed at safely demolishing and remediating the Department of Defense's Hanford Nuclear Site. In 2011 Jayme founded her company's young professional group, Washington Closure Hanford YoPro (Young Professional) Organization and currently co-chairs the organization.
Jayme was the President of the Murray State Student Section Chapter, receiving 3 Outstanding Student Section Awards during her membership. She is presently a member of the Columbia Basin ASSE Section and member of the 2012 FSLC Planning Committee. She was recently a named one of ENR's Top Twenty under Forty in the Northwest Region and received her Certified Safety Professional certification in late 2012.
Outside of work Jayme enjoys attempting to play golf, a glass or two of Washington's Columbia Valley wine, traveling and yoga. Some random facts are that she has a fear of peanut butter and is the self-proclaimed "festivities engineer" at work where she often plans and coordinates after work gatherings and project milestone celebrations.