MEJJAD Nezha holds a PhD in Geochemistry and Environment from Hassan II University Faculty of Sciences Ben M’sik (FSBM). She is working on different topics related to Environmental geochemistry, Isotopy, Geochronology, Marine Pollution, Sustainability, Blue Growth, Deep-sea mining, and Environmental Impact Assessment. Currently, she is pursuing her Postdoctoral Fellow at FSBM. She is also involved in a research project supported by the IAEA Research Contract CRP K41016, on the use of nuclear and associated techniques in coastal management and sustainability. After getting her second Master in Sustainable Blue Growth from University of Trieste and OGS – National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics – Trieste Italy in March 2019, Nezha was admitted to participate in DEEP BLUE Mobility Project (2019/2020), and she will elaborate her project on Deep-sea mining at the Institute of Marine Sciences - National Research Council ISMAR-CNR, Bologna, Italy. Nezha has published notably in the field of Geochemistry and Environment and has actively participated in several scientific meetings. Nezha contributed to the organization of 14+ national and international conferences in the field of Environment and Geosciences. The acquired experiences in environmental fields have allowed her to earn many scholarships to participate in conferences, workshops, and training around the world (Germany, Italy, Slovenia, and China). In reconnaissance of her excellent research and achievement, Nezha received the prize of the best doctoral dissertation in 2018. In 2019, Nezha was elected as YESS (Youth Earth System Sciences) Regional Representative for the African Region for the period between April 2019 and March 2021. She is also an active member on numerous national and international NGO’s such as the Scientific Association for Water Information System (SAWIS), the Geological Society of America, the IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM), the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, the Organization For Women in Science for the Developing World, and The PAGES (Past Global Changes).