Bekkah Marshall, CEHP is a Certified Environmental Health Professional-Water-Borne Disease Prevention, Trained Environmental Scientist – Water Quality & Treatment Specialization and a Eco-Driven Water Strategist with a focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

She has over 16 years of cumulative experience in conducting laboratory report reviews, food & water security surveillance, environmental assessments, wetland delineations, & pre-construction, and regulatory inspections of potable water and wastewater treatment systems.

She holds a B.Sc. in Environmental Science with a concentration in Water Quality & Treatment from the University of South Florida and received dual Graduate Certificates—one in Wetland & Water Resource Management from the University of Florida and another in Government Management from Walden University.

She currently serves as Chief Strategist and Owner of BMPowered Consulting and Services. The company primarily provides consultations addressing environmental health, science and regulatory standards while offering accompanying assessment services. The affiliated Trek With Bek Project serves targeted Black Women-Led Organizations involved in different phases of the sustainable solution seeking process.

As a speaker and instructor she’s positioned to present on a range of topics such as Environmental Regulations and Policies, Environmental Health and Waterborne Disease Prevention, Sustainability and Climate Change, Environmental Advocacy, Sustainable Development Goals and Global Food & Water Security.

As a consultant and strategist she provides an experienced additional expert assessment to a developing water project. In this role she is also skilled at assessing the phases of a water project to ensure regulatory standards, key stakeholders and community leaders are incorporated into the process. She has limited availability for global water projects.

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