WEAT and WEF Young Professionals seek to host and promote professional development events, to unlock opportunities for those new or newer to the industry to participate in WEAT events and become part of the WEAT team. There is emphasis on professional growth and community service through networking events, technical events, and community service events.

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Lance Rothe

YP Committee Chair
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Allison Blake

Student Design Competition Chair
Featured Event

Student Design Competition

The WEAT Student Design Competition gives college students the opportunity to design and present a project based on a real world wastewater plant design task, which could be dealing with increased flows, nutrient limitations, aging facilities, or other treatment challenges. Students compete to represent WEAT at the WEFTEC Student Design Competition in New Orleans at WEFTEC 2018. This year there a record 8 teams competed, including student groups from Texas Tech, Southern Methodist University, Texas A&M University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana State University, and Tarleton. This is a great opportunity to see tomorrow’s industry leaders!

For more information contact Allison Blake Hage (Allison.blake@freese.com) or Elle Holbrook (eholbrook@cpyi.com).

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Contacts

Melissa Woo

Austin Section Representative

Will Chandler

Austin Section Representative

Reyna Reyes

Dallas Section Representative

Kaylee Dusek

Dallas Section Representative

Charles Norman

Fort Worth Section Representative

Keval Satra

Houston Section Representative

Valetta Saldanha

Houston Section Representative

Lance Klement

Member at Large

Kris Kneese

Past Chair
Featured Event

Dodson’s Drive 5K and Fun Run

This event benefits the Dodson’s Drive Fund, which was started in 2011 to honor the life of Kenneth Dodson, a longtime supporter of YP education and growth in the water industry in Texas. This year’s event followed the San Antonio River through Southtown, King William, and the Blue Star neighborhoods on Tuesday, April 24th. More information is available on our Facebook page, accessible below.

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