Marshall Davert is operating president of MWH Government
and Infrastructure for the Americas and Asia Pacific. In this role, he provides strategic direction
for the development of water and energy services for government clients and
other clients in these two key regions. He has a proven track record of
sustainable growth in the global water sector and a deep knowledge of
institutional and regulatory policies world-wide.
He has special expertise in all aspects of integrated
watershed planning and management; water resources planning and management; and
the management of multidisciplinary teams to implement projects and programs in
complex regulatory, Institutional and political environments.
Spanning 17 years, Davert’s career at MWH has taken him
to leadership posts around the world, including Sydney, Australia, where he
previously served as president of the Asia Pacific region.
A registered Civil Engineer, Mr. Davert is a member of
the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the American Geophysical
Most recently, Davert was appointed to serve as a member
of the Dean’s Advisory Council at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering
and Applied Science, a post that brings him back to his alma mater. Davert
holds a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from San Diego State
University, and both a master’s and doctorate in civil engineering from the
University of California, Los Angeles. He also completed the General Management
Program at Harvard Business School.