WEF Selects 2021 Fellows for Contributions to Water Profession

The Water Environment Federation recently announced 15 distinguished members as its 2021 class of WEF Fellows. This prestigious designation recognizes members’ contributions to the water sector as well as their professional achievements and stature.

"This year’s WEF Fellows join a growing group of water-sector innovators that help to ensure our industry remains fresh, dynamic, and able to adapt to any challenge for public health and the environment that may emerge,” says WEF President Lynn Broaddus. "WEF is proud to count the newest group of Fellows among its members and looks forward to their future accomplishments.”

WEF Fellows are recognized in various areas of expertise including design, education, operations, regulation, research, utility management and leadership. 

2021 WEF Fellows

  • Janet Hurley Cann, Water Environment Association of South Carolina 
  • Peter Cavagnaro, Michigan Water Environment Association 
  • Sylvan Coles, Kansas Water Environment Association
  • Marlo R. Davis, Water Environment Association of Utah 
  • Francis L. De Los Reyes III, North Carolina Water Environment Association 
  • Jennifer Hartfelder, Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association 
  • Sidney Innerebner, Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association 
  • Jacqueline Jarrell, North Carolina Water Environment Association 
  • Chris Johnston, British Columbia Water and Waste Association 
  • Raynetta Curry Marshall, Florida Water Environment Association
  • Kristin Morico, New England Water Environment Association 
  • Erin Mosley, Louisiana Water Environment Association 
  • Aisha Niang, Water Environment Association of Texas 
  • Christopher Peot, Chesapeake Water Environment Association 
  • Prakasam Tata, Illinois Water Environment Association 

The latest class of WEF Fellows will be recognized during WEFTEC 2021, taking place Oct. 16-20 in Chicago. For more information on the WEF Fellows Recognition Program, visit http://www.wef.org/weffellowsprogram/.



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