Mr. Sprinkle has a BSBA Degree from Auburn University in Supply Chain Management. He first worked with CrowderGulf in 2008 following Hurricane Ike on the Bolivar Peninsula in Texas as a field supervisor, and again during the BP Oil Spill in 2010 as a logistics supervisor. After receiving his degree from Auburn, he worked as an Account Manager for a third party logistics firm where he managed multiple high volume logistics accounts for customers in the construction and steel industries. Drew returned to the Debris Management industry as a Project Manager in 2017, when Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast. Mr. Sprinkle has served as a Project Manager on a wide variety of projects. In 2018, he supervised over 200 employees and used innovative techniques to remove over 4,000 tons of dead marine life in south Florida following a massive Red Tide fish kill. Following flooding in Horry County, SC caused by Hurricane Florence, he was the Project Manager for the South Carolina Department of Transportation and worked to remove flood debris from the 1,200 square mile county. Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle in the fall of 2018, and he served as the Project Manager for both the City of Parker and Lynn Haven, Florida. During this activation, Drew successfully directed the removal and disposal of over 1.2 MILLION CUBIC YARDS of debris. When not actively working in the field, he is the area representative for CrowderGulf in Alabama, Mississippi, and the Florida panhandle. He is also tasked with technical writing and the organization of proposals. He holds certifications in OSHA 30, TWIC, and NIMS.