The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces 15 distinguished members as the 2020 WEF Fellows.

Created to celebrate outstanding contributions to the global water sector by long-time WEF members, the WEF Fellows Recognition Program each year recognizes the professional achievement, stature, and contributions of WEF members to the preservation and enhancement of the global water environment. These professionals have made a lasting difference for public health and the environment.

The WEF Board of Trustees has selected the following individuals as the 2020 group of WEF Fellows.
 

2020 WEF Fellows

  • James Burks, Missouri Water Environment Association
  • Paul Causey, California Water Environment Association
  • Burt Curry, Ohio Water Environment Association
  • Joel Ducoste, North Carolina Water Environment Association
  • Val Frenkel, California Water Environment Association
  • Robert Kukenberger, New York Water Environment Association
  • Keith McCormack, Michigan Water Environment Association
  • Thomas Meholic, New Jersey Water Environment Association
  • Larry Moore, Clean Water Professionals of Kentucky and Tennessee
  • Jan Oleszkiewicz, Western Canada Water Environment Association
  • Eileen O’Neill, Virginia Water Environment Association
  • Michael Pollen, Alaska Water Wastewater Management Association
  • Gary Sober, Water Environment Association of Texas
  • Charles Tyler, New England Water Environment Association
  • John Willis, Georgia Association of Water Professionals

The 2020 WEF Fellows will be recognized at the WEF Awards and Presidential Ceremony and Celebration Wednesday, October 7 at 5 p.m. EDT.

WEF Awards Ceremony

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