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The organization to educate and assist those who have an interest in water quality in Nevada.
The Nevada Water Environment Association (NWEA) is a member association of the Water Environment Federation (WEF). We are a non-profit educational organization which was founded in 1964 and has grown into a membership of over 300 members.
Executive Board Officers
From the President
Looking Into the Future...
Spectacular is the word I would use to describe this past year and my term as NWEA President. There are many definitions of spectacular, but my favourite is “beautiful in a dramatic and eye-catching way.” As President, I see first-hand what makes NWEA beautiful and it is our members. Read More
Although we have a small membership base, we have a very large voice. This is a direct result of the brightest and most talented individuals of any WEF member association
Executive Board Officers
Nikita is an enthusiastic member of the NWEA board. She has been working for the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection for almost 10 years. She started working for the Bureau of Air Pollution Control - Carson City Office in 2016.
In 2013, Jennifer started her journey as a Wastewater Operator for Carson City Water Resource Reclamation Facility. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno and is a licensed Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade IV in the state of Nevada as well as a Professional Operator from the ABC.
He is registered as a Professional Engineer in Nevada and has previously worked for a land development firm, general contractor and state regulatory agency. He currently works at Clark County Water Reclamation District in Development Services.
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Dr. Krishna Pagilla is a Professor and Environmental Engineering Program Director at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also the Director of Nevada Water Innovation Campus at UNR.
Clayton is happily married with one toddler and another on the way. While building his family he is also doing whatever he can to build his career in wastewater.
Keli is currently serving NWEA as President. She has been a member of NWEA since 2005, and has served as YP (South) Chair and Technical and Professional Development Committee Chair. Keli is a 2013 graduate of WEF’s Water Leadership Institute.
Greg has been working in the wastewater industry since 2007 when he joined the Clark County Water Reclamation District. Greg is responsible for the operation of the Desert Breeze, Moapa Valley, Indian Springs and Blue Diamond treatment facilities.