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Georgia Association of Water Professionals'
Executive Luncheon Series
For Utility Directors, Assistant Directors & Local Corporate Senior Executives
Registration for the Executive Luncheon Series is open to GAWP Corporate & Utility Members Only.
October 22 at GAWP HQ
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served (buffet)
12:00 p.m. Program: Baxter, Caterpillar, KIA - Local Implementation of Big Ideas
about impactful economic developments that have occurred in Georgia, how these
types of developments are recruited to Georgia, and how the utilities have
prepared and responded to these large opportunities.
Speaker: Carol Henderson, Georgia Department of Economic Development,
Director of Life Science, Healthcare, Advanced Communications, New Media, R&D, IT of Global Commerce
Panel Discussion, Moderated by: Jason Bodwell, GEFA
For the panel discussion, Carol Henderson will be joined by Utility Executives who have had experience with large manufacturers moving into their community.
- Mike Hopkins, Newton County Water Authority's experience with Baxter
been a part of the water industry his entire life, mainly in the role of a
consumer with the last seventeen years employed by the Newton County Water and
Sewerage Authority. Mike currently serves as the Authority’s Executive
- Gary Duck, Athens-Clarke County Water Authority's experience with Caterpillar
Gary Duck has been the Director of the Department of Public
Utilities of the Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County since January of
Duck has been employed by the City of Athens/Athens-Clarke County government for
35+ years. Mr. Duck is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Agricultural Engineering.
- Ed Moon, City of West Point's experience with KIA
Ed is the City Manager of the
City of West Point, Georgia. He is a graduate of Faulkner University and has 25
years of local government and utility experience in Georgia and Alabama.
1:30 p.m. Adjourn