Meet Your Team
KAYE COLE | president | Kaye is originally from Tennessee, where she received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She began her career at the Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC and then moved into consulting before starting GSE, Inc. in 1991. GSE was named Small Business of the Year in 2004 and has been recognized by NASA with two Group Achievement Awards. She leads this award-winning firm with industrial, commercial and government clients. Her focus is leading a successful firm at all levels: safety, performance, customer service and efficiency.
BRUCE COLE | vice president | Bruce received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Auburn University College of Engineering. Before joining GSE, Inc. in 2004, Bruce worked in environmental consulting and civil construction. His background and experience give him unique perspectives in site characterization and remediation. Bruce is dedicated to helping our customers achieve their project goals through innovative solutions and quality services. He has been recognized by NASA with a Public Leadership Medal, the highest honor presented to a contractor.
BLAKE CABIT | general manager, drilling services | Blake joined GSE, Inc. in 2016. Blake began his career in drilling in 1987 and quickly moved from drilling to managing four offices and ten crews working across the US. Blake holds licenses in ten states and has worked for some of the largest drilling companies in the country. Whether the project calls for sonic, auger, DPT or geotechnical drilling, Blake brings considerable experience to the project and manages all aspects of the work.
STEVE BRISBIN | program manager, NASA occupational health contract | Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene. He has almost 40 years of experience in occupational and environmental health, health physics and industrial hygiene disciplines. Steve led the startup of NASA’s Agency-wide Occupational Health Program in 1997 and served as NASA’s first Agency Environmental Health Officer. He was promoted to Branch and Division Chief-level management positions at Kennedy Space Center, and then to the Associate Director for Center Operations. Steve currently manages our team responsible for the success of NASA’s occupational and environmental health programs.