Women in Water 2024

April 4, 2024
Three women driving a sustainable, communicative and innovative future for water professionals.

March is Women's History Month, and to recognize this month, Wastewater Digest annually features some important and vital women in the water industry who are making a difference. This year features three woment from different backgrounds with influence and power in their respective areas of the market.

Pooja Chari is an active and important member of the American Water Works Association Young Professionals committee while also performing the important work of a wastewater engineer for Woodard & Curran. Kelley Dearing-Smith is one of the industry's leaders in communications with her position at Louisville Water where she directs communications while also serving as the Communication Committee Chair for AWWA. And lastly, Dawn Taffler is a crucial player in the water reuse and recovery space of the industry where she is active with WateReuse Association to advance this area of the market ever forward.

Reflect on their experiences with the below feature and consider the importance of the women who conduct water work around the nation. 

- Bob Crossen, Editorial Director

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