NEWWA Staff

NEWWA's office hours are 8:30a.m. - 5:00p.m., Monday through Friday.

  Steve Ryan
Executive Director

Voice Mail: 225
  Pam Amalfi
Accounting Manager
Invoicing, Billing, Financial Management, Human Resources

Voice Mail: 228
  Donald Q. Bunker, P.E.
Director of Education and Training
Training Management; Program Development; Contract Training

Voice Mail: 226

 

Nelson Cabral
Cross Connection Control/Backflow Prevention Coordinator/Trainer  

Voice Mail: 229

  Katelyn Cahalane
Events and Marketing Specialist
Events, Marketing           

Voice mail: 232
 

Jacqui Campana
Executive Support & Publication Coordinator
Committee Questions; Conference/Meeting Speaker Inquiries; Executive Support;
Journal Coordinator; and Drinking Water Week 

Voice Mail: 222

  Lisa Franks
Materials Preparation Assistant

Voice Mail: 246
  Jeanne Gilpin
Registrar
Event Registrations; CEU and Transcript Requests; Questions About Licensing Renewals; Training and Event Invoicing

Voice Mail: 223
  Kirsten King  
Director of Communications & Member Services
Webmaster; Public Relations; Newsletter Management; External and Member Communications; U.S. EPA Grants; MAWARN Secretary

Voice Mail: 243
 

Claire O'Dell
Accounting Clerk; Receptionist

Voice Mail: 227

  Mary Quigley
Membership and Volunteer Coordinator
NEWWA Membership; Committee Liaison; Volunteer Services

Voice Mail: 224
  Paul Riendeau, CET
Instructor/ Education Coordinator
Operations Program Development/Coordination; Instructor; and Member Technical Support

Voice Mail: 244
  Linda Smith
Facility and Office Manager
Backflow and Cross Connection Surveyor Licenses; Mailing List Purchases; Office Management and Administrative Support for Training Program and Training Center; Product Purchases (Books, Videos)

Voice Mail: 241

 

 

 

 

 

Donald Q. Bunker, PE Named Director of Education and Training 

September 2016

The New England Water Works Association’s (NEWWA) Executive Director, Stephen Ryan, recently named Donald Q. Bunker, P.E., as the association’s new Director of Education and Training, after the retirement of Ted Kenney, who served the association for 28 years in that capacity. 

“Don is truly an exceptional candidate, with more than 20 years of experience as a highly respected engineer and educator in the drinking water profession,” said Ryan.  “Those of you who know Don know how dedicated he is to NEWWA and the mission of our organization.  I am confident he will do an excellent job.”       

Don’s water works career began in 1993 at a major engineering firm. He became involved with NEWWA shortly thereafter via the Filtration Committee, where he gave his first presentation for the association on: “Hands-on Control of Coagulation and Filtration Processes.” He joined NEWWA’s staff for the first time in 1996  as an instructor/education coordinator, then moved on to a position in the private sector as a project manager in 1998. However, he continued with NEWWA as an adjunct faculty member since then and developed multiple courses for its training program.  

Throughout his career Don has served as a general manager for a water utility and, for the past 12 years, he worked as an associate/project manager for a major engineering firm. He has also presented technical papers before the American Water Works Association, NEWWA, the International Water Quality Association, Maine Water Utilities Association, and the New Hampshire Water Works Association.

In 2016, Don received the Kenneth J. Miller Founders Award from Water For People at ‪‎AWWA’s ACE16 Conference in Chicago, and in 2015 he received the McGinnis Award from the Massachusetts Water Works Association. He has also been an active volunteer on many of NEWWA’s committees, including Sponsor Services, Filtration, and Water for People.‬ ‬ 

Don holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University and a M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He is a registered  Professional Engineer in Massachusetts; holds Grades 2D and 3T(OIT) water operator licenses in Massachusetts; and is OSHA 10 certified. He begins his new position with NEWWA on October 3.

Please join NEWWA in welcoming Don to his new role.    

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