EWRI is pleased to announce the election of Holly Piza, P.E., M.ASCE as Vice President-Elect of the Institute’s Governing Board. Having been voted to the position by her peers in EWRI, Piza will participate in a leadership role for the next four years, rotating through the positions of Vice President, President-Elect, President, and Past-President. During her tenure on the Governing Board, Piza will maintain a variety of roles and responsibilities that vary with each title she assumes.
Holly Piza is a professional engineer with the Mile High Flood District (MHFD) in Denver, Colorado. She leads MHFD’s stormwater quality research and criteria promulgation efforts. Previous to her ten years with MHFD, she spent 12 years as a consulting engineer. She has been involved on a national level with EWRI ASCE for the past ten years and recently co-edited a book published by ASCE titled, Cost of Maintaining Green Infrastructure. As a member of EWRI, she has been active in several councils and is currently serving as Chair of the Municipal Water Infrastructure Council (MWIC). She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida and is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado.
The position on the GB progresses as follows:
Please join EWRI in congratulating Holly Piza on her new appointment as EWRI’s next Vice President.
The FY21 EWRI Governing Board Call for Nominations will begin in November 2019. Contact Nicole Erdelyi with any questions regarding the election.
World Environmental & Water Resources Congress and the
Watershed Management Conference
May 17-21, 2020
Final Papers Due: December 28, 2019
International Low Impact Development Conference
July 19-22, 2020
Abstract Submission deadline: January 23, 2020
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