Reem Tariq is a Project Coordinator for the Department of Programs and Partnership Development at the National Environmental Health Association. Reem’s work at NEHA is primarily focused on developing and maintaining projects in private water, environmental public health tracking, academic outreach, and developing the NEHA Student and Young Professional Progam.
Prior to NEHA, Reem worked as an Environmental Health Specialist Trainee at Division of Environmental Health at Benton County Health Services. At Benton County Health Department, she played an active role in communicable disease outbreak & rabies investigations, maintenance & monitoring of public water system surveys, and public health preparedness planning.
Reem received her Master of Science in Environmental Health from East Tennessee State University, in addition to her Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Cell Biology from Washington State University.