IDA Fellowship Award goes to Holly Johnson Churman

The International Desalination Association (IDA) has awarded its Fellowship Award 2016-17 to Holly Johnson Churman, technology manager at Water Standard.

Water Standard technology manager Holly Johnson Churman will spend four weeks in Singapore as part of the IDA Fellowship Award 2016-17

Water Standard technology manager Holly Johnson Churman will spend four weeks in Singapore as part of the IDA Fellowship Award 2016-17

The award includes $10,000 and a four-week attachment at PUB, Singapore's water agency, which is the host agency for this year's programme.

Johnson Churman has worked in the water industry for nine years, and for Texas, US-based water treatment company Water Standard since 2012, managing research, demonstration and integration of new water treatment technologies and best practice for the energy industry. Johnson Churman was previously senior applications engineer/ process engineer, at Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies.

She holds an MS Environmental Engineering and Science from Stanford University, and a BS Environmental Engineering and Science from MIT.

The IDA Fellowship Award aims to promote greater interaction and sharing of knowledge, technologies and processes in desalination and water reuse.


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