Christine Wolfe: firstname.lastname@example.org
A "Young Professional" (YP) is defined as an individual in the resource management industry (a.k.a. solid waste industry) who is 35 years of age or younger. The YPs includes everyone working in the industry – from field/operations staff to office workers, working in public or private sector, operations or management, collections, processing or disposal, legal or marketing, etc. The YP Group is committed to actively pursuing the engagement and career advancement of the fellow YPs by providing learning, networking and leadership opportunities by creating active roles in SWANA.
The SWANA YP Group provides a structured bridge from an entry-level to a mid-career leader in the resource management industry. The group aims to develop a pool of well-rounded leaders for the future of our industry and provide a platform to elevate new ideas and initiatives from the youngest members of the industry.
The SWANA Young Professionals support SWANA’s mission to advance from solid waste management to resource management by offering YP focused programs designed to foster interest in industry-related careers, encourage active involvement in the industry, and develop young SWANA members into future leaders of the association.
SWANA’s Young Professionals Group is run by YPs for YPs who are interested in advancing into leadership positions. Here are a few of the many benefits of SWANA’s Young Professional group:
New member Young Professionals pay a special first-year membership fee of $100.
The renewal rates for new YP members following their first year:
Must be a YP member for three consecutive years to receive the discounted YP membership rates. Once your membership is complete, log-in to your MySWANA account to connect with other YPs, interact with YPs on Twitter @SWANA or check in with the YP Linkedin Group.
If you have any questions, please contact Shelby Truxon, YP Program Manager.
Recruitment, development and involvement of Young Professionals (YPs) is critical to the future of SWANA. That’s why SWANA has developed a Young Professionals Group to foster YP participation at the local level through a team of regional reps and chapter liaisons as well as on the national level through a team of technical division reps and a Young Professionals Steering Committee. For those not looking to formally assume a role, you can reach out to the reps and liaisons to help coordinate formal or informal events.
Contact your regional rep to get in touch with your local YP chapter liaison or inquire about open leadership positions. For further assistance, contact the YP Program Manager, Shelby Truxon, at email@example.com.
The ISWA Young Professionals Group aims to bring about new ideas and initiatives that address the challenges in waste management through engagement with wider society. In addition, the YPG strives to make global connection to people, ideas and knowledge more accessible. ISWA YPG is open to anyone under the age of 35 who is working in the field of waste management. SWANA has partnered with ISWA to offer a free 6-month trial of ISWA membership.
Feel free to contact Shelby Truxon at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.
|FY2020 YP Steering Committee||City and State|
|Karamjit Singh||Orlando, FL|
|Nicole Burkhardt||Wilmington, DE|
|David Hagenbucher||Ringle, WI|
|Jeffrey Martirano||White Plains, NY|
|Sonia Samir||Frisco, TX|
|Matthew Schafer||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
|Alexander Mandeville||Reston, VA|
|Mateja Vidovic Klanac||Boca Raton, FL|
|Bridget Wlosek||Charlotte, NC|
|FY2020 Technical Division||YP TD Chairs|
|Communications, Education, and Marketing||Ashley Krug|
|Collection and Transfer||Kyle Foreman|
|Landfill Gas and Biogas||Nicole Burkhardt|
|Landfill Management||Paul Shamoian|
|Planning and Management||Rocky Strong|
|Sustainable Materials Management||Sara Nichols|
|Waste Conversion and Energy Recovery||Jeffrey Martirano|