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NWSA Board of Directors and Officers for 2021-2022

A huge reason for the success of NWSA is the strong leadership provided by the Board of Directors. Their unwavering commitment of time, energy, and resources to raise the profile and influence of NWSA goes well above and beyond the call of duty.

At the NWSA Annual Meeting in Kansas City, the membership elected the following individuals to fill 4 Board seats:

Glenn Page, Cobb County - Marietta Water Authority, was elected to fill the remaining two years of the Board seat that was vacated pursuant to the resignation of Cara Hendricks. Glenn's term expires in 2023;

Drew Dehoff, Susquehanna River Basin Commission, was re-elected to a full three-year term, expiring in 2024;

Jen Verleger, North Dakota Attorney General's Office (and North Dakota Water Resources Department), was re-elected to a full three-year term, expiring in 2024; and

George Otstott, Northeast Texas Municipal Water District, was elected to a full three-year term, expiring in 2024.

In addition, the NWSA Board appointed the following Officers for the year ending in October 2022:

President: Dan Buhman, Tarrant Regional Water District;

Vice President: Katherine Zitsch, Atlanta Regional Commission;

Secretary: Greg Volkhardt, Tacoma Water; and

Treasurer: Brad Brunett, Brazos River Authority.

In addition to congratulating and thanking the eight Board members listed above, NWSA expresses its gratitude for the service of Darren Gore, who remains on the Board as Immediate Past President.

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