Rachael Marshall

Environmental Engineering

Education and background
Education and background

Rachael Marshall is a PhD Candidate in Environmental Engineering at the University of Guelph. She has worked in partnership with Indigenous communities in Guatemala, Nunatsiavut, northern and southern Ontario, and Saskatchewan to promote clean drinking water, appropriate water infrastructure, and healthy socio-ecological systems.

Rachael is currently working with an Anishinaabe community in southern Ontario to develop an appropriate source water protection framework for First Nations. Rachael is passionate about the environment, working towards healthy socio-ecological systems, and protecting source water. She is very grateful and humbled to have the opportunity to work with First Nation partners on these issues, and hopes to spend her time with RES’EAU gaining more experience working with communities, researchers, and practitioners on source water issues. (Source: RES’EAU-WaterNET)




Environmental science

Systems Ball Toss

Social sciences

Presentation skills: Conveying emotion