Introducing the 2014–2015 WEF Board of Trustees

November 5, 2014

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During a ceremony on Sept. 30 at WEFTEC® 2014, the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) “gavel of leadership” passed from Sandra Ralston, who now is WEF’s immediate past president, to WEF President Ed McCormick.

“We are experiencing the leading edge of a major sea change in the water sector — a renaissance in our role as water stewards,” McCormick said during the ceremony. “We will increasingly become an important part of the climate solution, recycling every gallon, producing renewables, and significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

Also during the ceremony, WEF’s House of Delegates confirmed the following members of the 2014–2015 WEF Board of Trustees:

Front row from left: Vice President Rick Warner (Reno, Nev.), Secretary and WEF Executive Director Eileen O’Neill (Alexandria, Va.), President Ed McCormick (Oakland, Calif.), Past President Sandra Ralston (Charleston, S.C.), President-Elect Paul Bowen (Atlanta), and Treasurer Ralph Exton (Trevose, Pa.). Back row from left: Jenny Hartfelder (Denver), Garry Macdonald (Auckland, New Zealand), Erin Mosley (Boston), Tom Kunetz (Chicago), Charles Bott (Hampton Roads, Va.), and Jackie Jarrell (Charlotte, N.C.). Photo courtesy of Oscar Einzig Photography.

Front row from left: Vice President Rick Warner (Reno, Nev.), Secretary and WEF Executive Director Eileen O’Neill (Alexandria, Va.), President Ed McCormick (Oakland, Calif.), Past-President Sandra Ralston (Charleston, S.C.), President-Elect Paul Bowen (Atlanta), and Treasurer Ralph Exton (Trevose, Pa.). Back row from left: Jenny Hartfelder (Denver), Garry Macdonald (Auckland, New Zealand), Erin Mosley (Boston), Tom Kunetz (Chicago), Charles Bott (Hampton Roads, Va.), and Jackie Jarrell (Charlotte, N.C.). Photo courtesy of Oscar Einzig Photography.

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