Illinois American Water Engineer Chosen for Water Environment Federation’s Water Leadership InstituteSource: Business Wire
WEF and its global network of 35,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations provide water quality professionals around the world with the latest in water quality education, training and business opportunities. WEF uses this collective knowledge to further a shared goal of improving water quality around the world. The WLI curriculum will be delivered by high-caliber guest instructors from water and wastewater utilities and companies active in the sector. Guest lecturers from government agencies, communication firms and financial groups will also share their knowledge and experience.
Paan, a planning engineer with Illinois American Water, was chosen for the program through a competitive application process. She said, “It’s an honor to be chosen. I look forward to partnering with other like-minded water industry experts to tackle challenges and develop viable solutions, so we can ensure safe drinking water and reliable wastewater services for today and future generations.”
Paan will participate in the program via opportunities created to enable developing and emerging leaders to build strong lasting relationships within the water industry. WLI offers a blended learning approach that includes the examination of complex challenges facing the water and wastewater industries. Participants are expected to build skills and knowledge needed to affect change within their organizations.
The 2019 WLI class includes participants from
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