WEF Circular Water Economy Advisory Committee

These senior executives from leading companies and institutions are guiding the development of this event. They are offering their unique perspectives and expertise to craft a program that will enable attendees to identify new solutions to managing water profitably and sustainably.

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Brian Arnsten, Global Domain Sales Leader, SUEZ Water, Technologies & Solutions



2-Omer Bab.jpg

Omer Bab, Director of Trade and Regulatory Policy, Embassy of Israel to the U.S.



3-Rob Eddy.jpeg

Rob Eddy, Technical Director, Resource Innovation Institute



4-Ralph Exton.jpg

Ralph Erik Exton, SUEZ - Water Technologies & Solutions



5-Jeff Guild.jpg

Jeff Guild, MASc., Vice President, BlueTech Research



6-Matt Howard.jpg

Matt Howard, Vice President Water Stewardship, The Water Council



7-Heather Jennings.jpg

Heather Jennings, P.E., Director, Probiotic Solutions®



8-Robert Kimball-2.jpg

Robert Kimball, P.E., BCEE, Vice President and Industrial Process Water Leader, WSP



9-Christopher O. Luettgen-2.jpg

Christopher O. Luettgen, Ph.D., Professor of the Practice, School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, College of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology



10-Brian Moore.jpg

Brian Moore, Ph.D., Associate Vice President, North America Industrial Process Solutions Group Lead, Arcadis



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Caleb Powers, Principal, Ember Infrastructure



12-Mark Philbrick.jpg

Mark Philbrick, Ph.D., Water-Energy Nexus Technology Manager, U.S. Department of Energy Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office



13-Lucy Pugh.jpg

Lucy Pugh, P.E., BCEE, Technical Practice Director and Market Sector Leader for Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment, AECOM



14-Tanja Rauch-Williams.jpg

Tanja Rauch-Williams, Ph.D., Principal Technologist and National Wastewater Process and Innovation Lead, Carollo



15-Dan Sampson.jpg

Dan Sampson, Principal Technical Consultant, HDR



16-Megan Yoo Schneider.jpg

Megan Yoo Schneider, Client Account Leadership, Accenture




Rob Simm, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Stantec



18-Karri Ving.jpg

Karri Ving, Managing Principal, Brown and Caldwell



19-Jeff Weido.jpg

Jeff Weido, Senior Director of Marketing, Industrial for Xylem Americas



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