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I also had the pleasure of going to WEF’s headquarters in
Alexandria, Virginia. It was so nice to see all the WEF staff who
I work with year-round and usually only see when we’re all in
the middle of conference chaos. I strongly encourage taking a
trip to WEF’s office; they love seeing their members in real life!
Thank you to RMWEA and WEF’s Government Affairs Com-mittee
for their support and help in preparing me for another
great experience at the National Water Policy Fly-In!
Carol Martinson, P.E., is a Project Engineer for Tri-hydro
Corporation in Laramie, Wyoming. She works
primarily on the design, construction, and commis-sioning
of industrial water, wastewater, and ground-water
remediation treatment systems. She obtained a
B.S. in chemical engineering and a M.S. in water resources from the
University of Wyoming. She is actively involved in WEF’s Industrial
Wastewater and the Students and Young Professionals Committees.
Carol is currently serving as Chair of the Water Palooza Subcom-mittee,
which organizes a water-themed fair at a local elementary
school in WEFTEC’s host city each year, getting young future water
professionals excited about water!