Jonathan Brant, P.E., Ph.D., University of Wyoming
In recognition of contributions by an individual in government, academia, research or related field to water supply improvement.
Jonathan Brant, P.E., Ph.D.
University of Wyoming
As Associate Professor for the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Wyoming, Jonathan has devoted his time to research on advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies, RO and Nanofiltration Membranes, Nanostructured Ceramic Membranes and his professional affiliations (ASCE, EWRI, AWWA, NAMS, WEF and AEESP). His tireless dedication and eight years of service on the Membrane Technology Conference Student Awards Committee make him eminently qualified to receive this prestigious award.
Christine Owen, Water Quality Services, Tampa Bay Water, Florida
Jim Lozier, P.E., CH2M, Arizona
Jorge Arroyo, Texas Water Development Board, Texas
David Brown, Town of Jupiter, Florida
Bob Yamada, San Diego County Water Authority, California
Thomas “Tom” F. Seacord, P.E., Carollo Engineers, Inc., Idaho
Steven J. Duranceau, Ph.D., P.E., University of Central Florida, Civil Environmental & Construction Engineering, Florida
Professor Desmond Lawler, Ph. D., University of Texas at Austin
Claude A. “Bud” Lewis, Mayor of City of Carlsbad and Chair of San Diego County Water Authority
James “Red” Weddell, P.E., Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas
James S. Taylor, Ph.D., P.E, University of Central Florida, Florida
Kevin Price, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Colorado
Congresswomen Karen Thurman, 5th Congressional District, Florida
Lou Beck, Department of Water Resources, California
Paul Gagliardo, City of San Diego, California
Peter MacLaggan, Water Resource Consultant, California
Senator Paul Simon, U.S. Senate, Illinois
Bill Katz, In recognition of the design of the reversal technique (EDR), “Triple Membrane” technique, privatization of Santa Barbara SWRO, and as founding member of AWWA’s Desalting Committee