Principal Risk Scientist
Betsy Ruffle is a Senior Scientist with AECOM where she serves as a Technical Leader in the Risk Assessment and Contaminated Sediments practice areas. She has over 30 years of experience evaluating environmental health risks, with a focus on bioaccumulative contaminants including PFAS, PCBs, dioxin, and mercury. Ms. Ruffle has presented and published on a range of topics related to risk assessment, human exposure modeling, fish consumption, and water quality criteria derivation. She has an undergraduate degree in Biology from Vassar College and a Masters in Environmental Health Engineering from Tufts University. She is located in AECOM’s Chelmsford, Massachusetts office.