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CLC Helps Improve WEF Committees and Volunteer Experience

Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) leaders are working to optimize the operation of WEF committees and to improve WEF volunteer engagement. Volunteer leaders who serve as chairs and vice chairs of these committees belong to WEF’s Committee Leadership Council (CLC), which was established to promote communication between WEF’s committees, staff, Board of Trustees, and Member Associations (MAs) through the House of Delegates.

CLC Steering Committee member Janet Hurley Cann wrote the column “Committee Leadership Council Implements Strategies To Improve WEF Volunteer Experience.” The column describes five initiatives recommended for WEF committees. Read the full column and profiles of the 2014-2015 CLC Steering Committee members in the April issue of WEF Highlights

 


Volunteer leaders who serve as chairs and vice-chairs of these committees belong to WEF’s Committee Leadership Council (CLC) which meets every year during WEFTEC.
Photo courtesy of Oscar Einzig Photography

Janet Hurley Cann is a member of the CLC.
Photo courtesy of Cann

 

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