Broley up at Brown and Caldwell
30 May 18 by Carl Myers
Brown and Caldwell has promoted Wendy Broley to vice president, and leader of its One Water team with oversight of strategy and management.
Broley joined Brown and Caldwell in 2014, draws on 18 years’ experience in water and wastewater engineering and operations, and has “considerable experience with emerging technologies,” the company said.
“The One Water approach views all water — drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and groundwater — as valued resources to be managed holistically and sustainably. This enables a new way of thinking about water and with that comes numerous opportunities to develop and implement innovative water and environmental solutions,” said Broley.
The latest appointment follows Brown and Caldwell’s hiring four new water reuse experts to its One Water team earlier in May 2018: Kati Bell, as managing director of water strategy; Melanie Homer, national water reuse leader; Allegra da Silva, regional water reuse leader; and Melissa Meeker, Rocky Mountain area leader.
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