NACWA appoints new CEO

June 10, 2015

WASHINGTON — Adam Krantz will assume the CEO role on August 1.

WASHINGTON — The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) Board of Directors selected Adam Krantz as its new CEO, according to a press release.

Krantz has been with the association since 2001, noted the article. He currently serves as NACWA’s managing director of government and public affairs. He will assume the CEO role on August 1.

"On behalf of the NACWA Board of Directors, I congratulate Adam on his selection as our next CEO and look forward to an even stronger future NACWA," said Karen Pallansch, NACWA president and chief executive officer of Alexandria Renew Enterprises in Alexandria, Virginia.

"The board engaged in a very deliberative process during our search for our next executive, and during the finalist interviews, Adam delivered himself as the best candidate to build on NACWA's existing level of excellence and take our organization to even higher levels,” continued Pallansch in the release. “His knowledge about the key advocacy issues facing our members, his vision for the future and his passion for our organization were key to his unanimous selection."

NACWA will celebrate its 45th anniversary at its summer conference in July in Providence, Rhode Island, reported the release.

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