Erin Mosley is a member of the 2013-2014 Board of Trustees for the Water
Environment Federation (WEF), an international organization of water quality
professionals headquartered in Alexandria, Va.
With more than twenty years of experience in the
water industry, Erin currently serves as the Business Vice President – New
England Manager for CH2M HILL in Boston, Mass. As
an engineer and project manager, she has worked with more than 30 different
clients in North America and beyond – both in the public (local, state and federal)
and private sectors. Throughout her career she has worked to develop strategies
and tactics for new market and business opportunities as well as facilitate
communications, creative solutions, and the expansion of core services and
skills in multiple areas of the water sector.
Prior to joining CH2M
Hill in August 2000, Erin held positions at Weston & Sampson Engineers, T
Ford Company, Inc., and various employers through Northeastern University's
Cooperative Education Program.
Erin has held multiple
leadership and committee roles within the Federation. She has held various
roles within the House of Delegates, the Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) Committee,
the Sustainability Community of Practice Committee, and the Water Sourcebook
Curriculum Workshop Group. She has also presented at WEFMAX meetings and
interfaced with regional Member Associations (MAs) as well as mentored the
Student and Young Professionals programs.
Also an active member of
the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA), Erin has held numerous
positions within the MA including President, Officer and WEF Delegate. She has
also served as the first NEWEA SJWP Organizer, the Chair and Vice Chair of the
Public Education Committee, Chair of the Government Affairs Committee and as a
member of the Long Range Planning Committee. Erin has also represented
NEWEA at Congressional Briefings in Washington DC; approved position papers,
resolutions, and letters to elected officials; and served as a media
Erin received the NEWEA Public Educator Award in 2002 and is a Carl S.
Ell Presidential Scholar. She received a
B.S. in Civil Engineering (magna cum laude) from Northeastern University
(Boston, Mass.) in 1995, and completed graduate
coursework at Tufts University (Somerville, Mass.) and the Harvard Extension
School (Cambridge, Mass.) in 1999 and 2005.