NWB Environmental Services named Patriotic Employer (2018)
In March of 2018, NWB Environmental Services was named as a Patriotic Employer by the Office of the Secretary of Defense for contributing to national security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America's National Guard and Reserve Force.
Southern California Small Business of the Year (2017)
In August of 2017, NWB Environmental Services was named the 2017 Small Business of the Year (Southern Region) by the California Black Chamber of Commerce for our commitment to excellence and innovation, and being a model of success to other small businesses.
San Diego Small Business of the Year (2016)
In November 2016, NWB Environmental Services was named the 2016 Small Business of the Year Award by the Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce.
Thank you to the Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce for the recognition!
David A. Fredrickson Lifetime Achievement Award (2014)
In March 2014, Principal Investigator Dr. Susan Hector received the prestigious David A. Fredrickson Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for California Archaeology (SCA) at the annual meeting in Visalia, California. This award is given for cumulative contributions to California archaeology that have spanned a lifetime and is therefore reserved for the elder members of our profession.
San Diego, California, June 10, 2016: The Old Globe theater unanimously voted Michael Taylor, President of NWB Environmental LLC (NWB), to be the newest member of the 56 member Board of Directors at a meeting on Monday, June 6, 2016.
Michael Taylor leads NWB Environmental LLC in ongoing community outreach, and this core value of community-building connects NWB with missions like that affirmed by the Old Globe.
The Arts Engagement Committee of the Old Globe is dedicated to strengthening connections between the Old Globe and diverse neighborhoods in San Diego, including communities of ethnic and economic backgrounds that typically are not represented in theater audiences. One of the committee’s initiatives, Globe for All, focuses on bringing theater to under-served and diverse audiences across generations. “I couldn’t be prouder,” said Freedome Bradley-Ballentine, Director of Arts Engagement. “Michael’s excitement and love of our art form, and his desire to make theater matter to more people are in complete alignment with our values. We welcome his opinions on making art accessible to audiences throughout San Diego. Michael’s presence affirms the Globe’s desire to increase diversity and inclusion at every level of the institution.”
Taylor looks forward to supporting the Old Globe’s mission by participating on the board’s Finance Committee and Arts Engagement Committee. “I am truly honored by the opportunity to be a part of the Old Globe family,” Taylor said.
The Tony Award-winning Old Globe has been one of the leading regional theaters in the nation for over 80 years and is dedicated to supporting American theater through exceptional performances, support for theater professionals, and education of audiences and the community. The Old Globe’s productions, theater education activities, and community programs draw over 250,000 people each year. The Old Globe can be found at TheOldGlobe.org