BOWIE, Md. — Corvias Solutions announced Jason Washington and John Campagna have joined the company as vice presidents of partnership development, according to a press release.
Both Washington and Campagna will help municipalities in the Chesapeake Bay region understand the benefits of a community-based public-private partnership solution for stormwater and infrastructure challenges, stated the release.
Washington served as senior vice president with Community First Enterprise prior to his new position with Corvias, continued the release, where he worked on “programs designed to strengthen communities by encouraging financial investment through local enterprises that offered wealth building opportunities to the region’s underserved communities.”
Campagna has more than 30 years of experience addressing environmental, economic and social needs of public partners, and he most recently served as managing partner for Restore Capital, a company he founded to develop private investment strategies for restoring the environment and improving local requirements, upgrading water infrastructure and installing mitigation practices around Chesapeake Bay, reported the release.
“With the significantly increased interest in public-private partnerships for the water and energy infrastructure sectors, having two new members on our partnership development team will enable Corvias to expand its discussions with municipalities across the country,” said Corvias Managing Director Greg Cannito. “Jason and John will listen to understand the complex challenges faced by local governments and provide insight into the benefits of a proven long-term, sustainable and cost-effective solution using an integrated program approach with additional opportunities for economic development.”
You can find the release here.