"The Administrative Council is responsible for the establishment, coordination, and direction of committees relating to administration of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA). Our Council manages the Member Appreciation Week, Water for People, Likins Scholarship and Landmark Awards."
Administrative Council Chair
The 2016 Administrative Council Chair's Award of Excellence was awarded to Marjorie Craig. Congratulations!
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The Awards Committee presented plaques for the Best Water Plant Awards and the Best Operator at the 2014 FWRC.
The Water Landmark Award Committee has not received any new nominees but is open and welcomes any nominee or leads on potential candidates for the award. Contact Rick Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Membership Committee is in charge with recruiting new association members, broadening the membership, and retaining current members, thereby not only increasing Section membership, but also enlarging the Section's allotment from association funds. This committee is concerned with recruitment and retention of all categories of membership.
Water For People
FSAWWA is one of four water organizations that formed a charity donor group in 2006 called Florida’s Water Associations (FWA). The other organizations are FWEA, FRWA and FW&PCOA. The primary mission of FWA has been and continues to be raising funds to support Water for People programs in developing countries.
Many people and companies contributed their time and money to support Water For People through Florida’s water associations.
Water For People will continue to be strengthened and expanded at all levels of FSAWWA. We look forward to a successful 2015!
Roy W. Likins Scholarship
The 2015 Likins Scholarship Committee members include:
-Marjorie Craig, Chair
-Bill Young, Past Chair
This committee recruits and recommends applicants to the FSAWWA Board qualified students in Florida institutions of higher learning who are demonstrating leadership and academic achievement in the drinking water industry.
Each year, the Likins Scholarship Committee awards a minimum of $2,500 to a maximum of $25,000 in scholarships. The scholarships are distributed in $2,500 or more increments to deserving Florida students, either in undergraduate or graduate school.