Honna is a social scientist and technical writer stationed in Davis, California at the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Engineer Research Development Center, Environmental Laboratory (ERDC-EL). In her studies, life, and work, Honna has focused on the individual and society in the context of the environment, with consideration of mental health, public health, and social justice. Her studies have included the following areas: environmental and demographic themes in Germany, nature and mental health, psychosocial factors contributing to disease transmission, chemical and behavioral addictions, psychiatric disorders, sociology, psychology, and literature.
Honna enjoys the analysis of complex human and societal dilemmas and hopes to contribute to the protection and improvement of the ecological and sociological environment through problem-solving, research, and effective and empathetic communication. Honna holds a Master of Social Work degree, and a BA in Germanics, Journalism, and Literature. Having completed extensive graduate coursework in German and German teaching, Honna offers a German class for adults through a local community program.
Honna looks forward to developing her knowledge of statistical analysis, ecology, hydrology, and scientific-technical writing as she continues to support scientists and engineers in producing effective documentation for a range of target audiences.
Honna works at one of LimnoTech’s other staff locations in Davis, California.