Dr. Celia D.A. Earle
Vice President , Environmental Services
Brown & Caldwell
Dr. Celia Earle is an environmental engineer, environmental chemist, and microbiologist, and thus has a unique profile in the environmental arena. She has 22 years experience in planning, design, construction management and project management in Florida and nationwide.
She has a breadth of knowledge that includes planning, design, and construction administration for water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems, non-revenue water reduction and management, energy efficiency assessments, condition assessments, compliance assessments, program management, design-build delivery and RFQ development, vulnerability and emergency response assessments, public engagement programs, preparation of grant applications and various feasibility studies and investigations. She manages the Broward County and Miami-Dade offices, and has responsibility for business development and project management in Southeast Florida. She is recognized as a dedicated leader in her South Florida community, an avid advocate of the engineering profession, and a proactive, involved citizen. She is a member of engineering organizations and has made mentoring young engineering professionals her personal mission.
In addition, she is the Distinguished Charter President of the Kiwanis Club of Lauderdale Lakes, Past Distinguished and Exceptional Lieutenant Governor of the Florida District of Kiwanis International, Current District Chair for Young Children Priority One, Past Trustee for the Florida Kiwanis Foundation, Past District Chair for Community Service, Zone IV Assistant Administrator for Key Clubs (Broward County and West Palm Beach). Also, she is currently Vice President of the Coalition to End Homelessness and serves on the Advisory Board of the Academy of Engineering. She is also the Founder and Chair of the annual Christmas in July program for homeless children, a collaboration between Kiwanis Divisions 23 and 24 and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners.
Dr. Earle holds four degrees from the University of Florida — two Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Engineering and Microbiology and Cell Science, a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering, and a Doctorate in Environmental Chemistry.