Meet the 2022 InFLOW Participants

InFLOW is a PNCWA initiative that strives to identify promising students and young professionals from underrepresented groups who are interested in careers in the water industry. They participate in a year-long virtual program that culminates in the in-person annual conference. Each month, we highlight our participants, like Madison Whitlow-Hewett, as they share why they’re excited about this year’s program.

Madison-Whitlow-HewettMadison Whitlow-Hewett
Clean Water Services
Westhaven Community Services District

Why are you interested in the water industry?
I feel that water is one of our most important resources and would like to help in protecting it/conserving it.

What's one thing you hope to get out of this program?
Gain a better understanding of what I can do with my education and where I can take my career.

What else are you excited about?
I recently started working at Westhaven CSD as a drinking water plant operator in training! It's one of the most rudimentary water systems in California, it was built 40 years ago and we serve about 300 customers. My boss has been working tirelessly to get grant funding for a new state of the art plant and we're going to start construction by the end of the year. The new plant design also incorporates a conservation plan to protect our watershed for future use and drought resilience.

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