About FSAWWA - Organization and Structure
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Organization and Structure

FSAWWA Organization Chart - CLICK HERE

The FSAWWA organization is governed by a board consisting of Chair, Past Chair, Chair Elect and Vice Chair, twelve regional vice chairs, five trustees-at-large, one AWWA Director, Treasurer, Secretary, General Policy Chair, and the leaders of the following seven operating Councils:

Member Engagement and Diversity Council (MEDC) - responsible for promoting and increasing the membership of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA). 

Contractors Council (CC)partners with all components of the water industry (Owners, Engineers, Contractors & Suppliers) to better manage the future infrastructure needs for the State of Florida while balancing these needs with the other natural resources of the State.

Manufacturers/Associates Council (MAC) - provides representation of MAC members in coordinating the Florida Section's annual conference and activities; provides assistance to other councils and board in establishing policy.

Operators and Maintenance Council (OMC) - provides operator representation on the FSAWWA Board of Governors and provides operators more visibility and active participation in FSAWWA.

Public Affairs Council (PAC) - plans and coordinates public information, public relations and customer service programs and assists utilities in effective outreach and education activities for customers.

Technical and Education Council (TEC) - coordinates educational and technical programs involving scholarships, safety and online training, teleconferences, seminars and small systems.

Water Utility Council (WUC) - provides a forum for discussion, development and implementation of activities regarding regulatory, legislative, and water policy issues that impact water utilities and their customers.

Regional Responsiveness

FSAWWA recognizes the value of understanding regional water issues and the need to provide information and foster communication at the local level. Currently twelve regional vice chairs provide leadership and coordination of all regional activities.

For the Regional Map - CLICK HERE

How FSAWWA Can Help You

To help members, policy makers and the public, FSAWWA:

  • Serves as a direct link to AWWA, the authoritative resource for safe drinking water

  • Offers a pool of Florida water experts for groups seeking information or advice regarding water issues and activities

  • Represents the water utility community in developing State water policy, legislation and regulation

  • Conducts programs, forums and public education events to provide information about drinking water issues

  • Offers professional development opportunities such as conferences, online training, teleconferences, seminars, symposiums and certification programs

  • Publishes the Florida Water Resource Journal

  • Provides access to national publications such as the AWWA Journal, OpFlow, Mainstream and WaterWeek

  • Offers discounts on AWWA resource materials, bookstore items, conferences and conventions