Joshua became a Project Manager for EWB-USA in 2010. He has fifteen years of experience in the water and wastewater, environmental and sustainability engineering fields. From 1996-1998, Joshua worked with the City of Boulder in drinking water treatment, and with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in database and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) administration. From 1998-2001, Joshua worked as an Environmental Compliance Engineer for the Air Force in Sumter, South Carolina, overseeing the water, wastewater, and petroleum programs. From 2001-2003, Joshua worked for the Environmental Protection Agency assessing, cleaning up and monitoring the nation's most toxic hazardous waste sites for Superfund. From 2003-2007, he served as a Lay Mission Helper missionary in Cameroon, Africa on water supply projects, where he initiated, managed and mentored two EWB-USA projects. From 2008-2010, Joshua worked for Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in Denver, Colorado, responsible for wastewater transmission and treatment, as well as organizational sustainability. Joshua is a Registered Professional Engineer.
EWB-USA Development Principles:
This presentation describes the basic principles that are the foundation for all EWB-USA programs. Learning about these principles will help your chapter carry out a better program with your partner community.
In this interactive presentation, we will discuss the principles of sustainability as they relate to our EWB-USA projects. Please bring with you any lessons learned or best practices that you would like to discuss.