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Our staff is available to help you navigate membership, registration, operator certification, volunteering, and answer any other questions you may have about the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association.  If they don't have the answer, they will be happy to help you find someone who does!

The staff supports the day-to-day operations of the Section to include: information continuity, ensuring accuracy of membership databases, maintenance of a master calendar to integrate and manage the work and deliverables of all committees, communication to members through various mediums (electronic, print, social media), management of branding, alignment with AWWA and assistance to committees with carrying out programs and training events and meeting arrangements.

 

  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 

Ann Guiberson
Executive Director
(720) 404-0818
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Ann became the Rocky Mountain Section's first Executive Director in December 2016.  She has over 20-years of experience in non-profit management.  She worked for the United States Golf Association (USGA) for 14-years as a Regional Affairs Director in the northeast region of the United States. In this role, Ann maximized the effectiveness of state and regional associations through communication, training, and strategic guidance. Ann has a master’s degree in educational administration and a bachelor’s degree in education.  Both degrees were earned at the University of Nebraska.  A former college golf coach, Ann attended the University of Nebraska on a golf scholarship.  Ann serves on the Leadership Advisory Committee for the Colorado Nonprofit Association. 

 

  MEMBERSHIP & OPERATIONS COORDINATOR

 

Erin Rogers
Membership & Operations Coordinator
(720) 404-0818
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Erin previously worked as the Administrative Coordinator at HealthTeamWorks, a nonprofit that facilitates value-based healthcare principles within medical practices and systems. Earlier, Erin served as a Public Outreach Coordinator for a nonprofit advisory board focused on the cleanup of Rocky Flats, a former nuclear weapons production plant. She has a broad range of experience supporting nonprofit organizations with marketing activities, office administration and loves learning and teaching technology programs and applications. Erin grew up in Minnesota, where she received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Erin also has a Master of Arts degree from the University of Denver in International Studies and Policy Analysis.