Water Health Educator provides speakers on a variety of water-related issues. Currently, Water Health Educator founder, Shannyn Snyder, lectures at George Mason University on topics of bottled water, water pollution, water scarcity, and development and vulnerable populations.
Staff members are also available for corporate, organization and school events. Recent engagements include The Forsyth County Environmental Health Conference, where Shannyn Snyder spoke on the "Clean Water Dilemma in the Developing World," covering the reality of sanitation and clean water access in vulnerable populations with a focus on India, Africa and Latin America.
The following contributing researchers and writers have also developed PowerPoint presentations and lectures for graduate and undergraduate-level participants, in particular:
-Amazonian Deforestation and Water Privatization
-Clean Water Dilemma in the Developing World
-Environmental Health Issues in the U.S.
-Diseases of the Poor
-Domestic Water Sustainability and Potability Issues
-The Devastation of Extraction
-Health Implications of Water Scarcity and Poor Sanitation
Sahisna Suwal and Lindsay Boyce:
-Water Scarcity (General)
-Water Scarcity and Nepal
-Water Scarcity and Swaziland
-Water Scarcity and Contamination
Rebecca Shore and Piper Wilson:
-Water (Community Health, Culture)
Arrangements must be made directly with the lecturer. There is no cost associated with university-based lecture, unless accommodations or travel are needed for out-of-area venues.
Public/Private School, conference and guest-lecturer opportunities are managed by Water Health Educator. Fee varies by location and accommodations are the responsibility of the event sponsor. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.