Martine Davis, BBEI, co-instructor with Anne Steweart of IBE 211, is President of Indoor Environmental Testing, Inc., the company she founded in 2000. A computer engineer for 20 years, Martine was drawn to Environmental Health and Air Quality after she suffered a devastating illness later found to be caused by a "sick home." At the time, little was known about environmental illness. She was misdiagnosed with several diseases and not given much hope for recovery.
In order to get well, Martine embarked on a nationwide hunt for education and training on the effects of indoor air pollution and the impact of the building environment on human health, which of course brought her to IBE, where she completed her certification studies, and went on to instruct countless others at various IBE seminars. In addition to investigating Indoor Air Quality problems, she is a sought after speaker and writer on Environmental Health issues.
Martine is a graduate of Illinois State University and the International Institute for Building Biology and Ecology. Her expertise includes indoor environmental inspections, measurement and interpretation of environmental parameters, safe building practices, air and water purification systems, and countermeasures for electromagnetic and high frequency radiation exposure.