Director of Partnerships and Programs
Taylor Marshall has dedicated her professional life to identifying and promoting solutions and opportunities to address environmental issues. Taylor manages partner relationships for REF’s restoration projects. She is responsible for securing major grants and funding for REF and is the chief “in the mud” coordinator of all of REF’s corporate and community volunteer planting events.
Taylor fills a key role in coordinating with all REF’s partners in implementing strategic communications and outreach related to projects. Prior to joining Restore the Earth, Taylor was with The Water Institute of the Gulf in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she applied her expertise in integrated water resource management to develop and promote community-based approaches to protecting and restoring the Gulf coast communities from storm risk and land loss and enhancing community resilience. Taylor also has a background in renewable energy and biofuels from her time in Washington, D.C. at the American Council for Renewable Energy.
Taylor has a Masters of Science from McGill University in BioResource Engineering with a concentration in Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM).