Dr. Vida Wright, P.E. is an accomplished, hands-on, result-oriented civil/environmental engineer with over 20 years of experience managing complex engineering and environmental programs and projects for public and private sector clients. She has worked on numerous significant environmental and infrastructure projects for public and private sector customers. Her assignments have included serving at some of the most significant sites for DOD and DOE including two years as the member of Senior Management Team at Los Alamos National Laboratory and one year as a member of the Management Support and Oversight Team at National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Since 2005, Dr. Wright has served in various positions in the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) including three years as the 1st Vice President for Sacramento Post and Southwest and California Region Vice President from 2005 through 2014. She was nominated and invested as a SAME Fellow in 2009 and received the SAME President’s Medal for outstanding leadership in 2014. She currently represents SAME on the California High Speed Rail Authority Business Advisory Council, a position which she has served from 2014 to present.

Dr. Wright is currently the Managing Principal of Veridico Group, Inc., a company she founded with a mission of providing environmentally sustainable and economically feasible engineering solutions for public and private sectors.

Vida holds a philosophy doctorate in civil and environmental engineering from University of California at Davis and is a registered professional engineer in States of California and New Mexico.


Mr. Tim Anenson has over 30 years of experience in the civil and environmental engineering industry. He has formed and led numerous teams of engineers and scientists to successfully perform complex water, wastewater, and environmental compliance projects nationally and internationally. He specializes in stormwater plan development and implementation, as well as on-site monitoring and evaluations of airborne lead, asbestos, silica, particulate, and styrene concentrations for personal and work area monitoring.

Tim has a wide range of experience including direct project management, business development, marketing, and profit and loss responsibility for companies ranging from startups to international Fortune 500 A&E firms. At one point in his career Tim lead global marketing and sales efforts for Doosan, a Fortune Global 500 ranked firm.

Since 2014 Tim has focused his environmental and water resources acumen to help protect the quality of our natural resources in California. He recently led the development and implementation of a water monitoring effort to protect the quality of the Truckee River during replacement of a bridge over the stream. The Truckee is the sole outlet of Lake Tahoe and drains part of the high Sierra Nevada, emptying into Pyramid Lake in the Great Basin. Its waters are an important source of irrigation along its valley and adjacent valleys. He is currently the lead environmental consultant for the San Mateo-Hayward bridge rehabilitation project administered by Caltrans. The bridge spans San Francisco Bay which is a 303(d) listed water body due to environmental impairments.

Tim holds a bachelors of science degree in civil engineering from the University of California at Davis. He is a registered Qualified Stormwater Pollution Plan Developer and Practitioner in the State of California and is a nationally Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality.