Heather Marshall has investigated environmental issues and engaged neighbourhoods across Toronto to bring about local solutions since joining TEA in 2007. In her role as Campaigns Director, Heather helps lead TEA’s current and future campaigns to victory and helps to set the strategic direction of the organization. Her previous experience as a TEA Campaigner on a wide range of issues including air quality, water pollution, toxics, energy and waste has prepared her for the complex urban environmental challenges our city faces. Heather is a University of Toronto alumni with an M.Ed in Adult Education and Community Development and a B.Sc Honours Degree in Environmental Science. Prior to joining TEA, she worked as a researcher in the health and environment fields with positions at Cancer Care Ontario, Health Canada, Waste-Econ, and the UofT Soil Erosion Lab.
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