Administrative Support Group
Cindy Correll, Director, Administrative Systems - Cindy joined 3PPI in 2012 as Director of Administrative Systems and heads up information technology and human resources. In addition, Cindy works with the Controller and CEO on financial management for 3PPI. She is a highly accomplished visionary executive with 32 years experience in strategic planning, communications, and operations in Information Management, Information Technology and Natural Resource Management.
Prior to working with 3PPI, Cindy worked for the Chief Information Office, USDA Forest Service, providing leadership in Communications, Customer Relations, and Web Services and Collaboration Technologies for the 40,000 person Federal agency. She had full responsibility for developing a strategic vision, long-range strategic planning, and analysis of new business processes of national significance. She was responsible, in FY11, for developing the annual program of work and budget for the $300 million CIO program within the Agency. During this time she also created a more responsive customer service-oriented organization. Cindy led design, development, and national implementation of a USDA Forest Service database for terrestrial natural resource information (NRIS). She took the project from a prototype to full-scale design and build through two major releases.
Prior to working in information and technology management Cindy spent 18 years working in natural resources. She was a charter member of an interagency National Riparian Service Team that provided consultation and advice to Federal, State, local and community entities across 11 Western States on riparian assessments and management.
Cindy has moonlighted at 3PP and 3PPI periodically since 2000 while taking time off from her position at the USFS. She has participated in field data collection and data QC processes along the Pogo Project Access Corridors, the Yukon Pacific Corporation's proposed LNG terminal site at Anderson Bay near Valdez, at Donlin Creek's proposed port and access corridor, and a Southwest Alaska mining prospect near Iliamna, Alaska.
Cindy also led development of an Integrated Resource Inventory (IRI) program for the Rocky Mountain Region of the USDA Forest Service, and was a lead soil scientist in development of a similar IRI for the Alaska Region. These efforts included vegetation and soil classification and mapping over a 5 State area (Rocky Mountain Region) and for a 7 million acre portion of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. In the Rocky Mountain Region development involved working with GIS and database experts on development of a data dictionary, data standards and field sampling protocols, and electronic capture of geospatial information.