Welcome to the Young Professionals Committee

Mission Statement

The PNWS AWWA YP Committee strives to get new and young professionals connected with volunteer opportunities within AWWA so they can discover the professional advantages that involvement in AWWA has to offer.

The YP Committee consists of new and young professionals in the drinking water industry. The YPs include operators, water quality specialists, engineers, vendors, and any others that feel they would benefit from involvement. Generally speaking, YPs are under age 35 or have 10 years or less of experience in the water industry.

Look for us at career fairs around the Northwest!

The school year is upon us, which means that the Young Professionals Committee will be tabling at a career fair near you. Career fairs are a unique opportunity to connect with students before they enter the workforce, letting them know about all of the great opportunities in the water industry. We look forward to speaking with students and faculty members all over the Pacific Northwest!

Find us on Facebook and other social platforms!

Join the PNWS of AWWA Young Professionals on Facebook! Hear about cool events, get updates, see photos, and stay in touch with your peers in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. (The most justifiable reason to be on Facebook at the office…)

Officer Members

Annabel Warnell


Landau Associates


Alex Puryear

Events Coordinator



Tyler Clary

Board Contact

City of Vancouver


Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station (WWTS) Tour with AWWA and ASCE Sustainability

Thursday, November 3

CM Office 6521 5th Ave S (behind “I Luv Teriyaki”)
6521 5th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

Come join us for a tour of the Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station. The Georgetown WWTS is a satellite treatment facility that will operate an average of 20 times per year to bring the Brandon and Michigan CSO’s under control. The facility consists of a 1.1 MG equalization basin, 70 MGD treatment process with ballasted sedimentation and UV disinfection, approximately 3000 feet of conveyance pipelines, and a new outfall structure into the Duwamish River.

With limited space, we’re asking to keep this event for KCSS AWWA Young Professionals (less than 10 years of experience). PPE is required and parking is limited. Must RSVP to attend the tour. If the space fills up, feel free to email us to get added to a wait list.

Following the tour, we will head to a nearby restaurant for happy hour and networking event!

Register Now!