Assistant Vice President
Environmental & Regulatory Services
Marie Taylor joined MPH in 2012 as an Environmental Project Manager and currently serves as Asst. Vice President of Environmental and Regulatory Services. She is responsible for supervising complex projects requiring environmental review and permitting. She provides detailed project oversight, ensuring that regulatory guidelines are incorporated during project planning and implemented throughout all phases of a project. Ms. Taylor has extensive experience coordinating environmental permitting efforts with federal, state, and local agencies and has a deep understanding of the regulatory framework under which these agencies operate.
In addition to environmental permitting, Ms. Taylor has considerable experience providing regulatory permit acquisition services for linear oil and gas projects and associated facility infrastructure. She is adept at representing client interests at public meetings, including municipalities and various state governmental departments.
Prior to her time at MPH, Ms. Taylor worked as a Regulatory Specialist for the U.S. Corps of Engineers, Galveston District specializing in wetland permitting along the Gulf Coast. Ms. Taylor has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Ocean and Coastal Resources and Masters in Marine Resource Management, both from Texas A&M University.