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The Water Quality Association (WQA) has appointed Jeremy Pollack as its new government affairs director. In this role, he will be responsible for building strategies to support creation and passage of key legislation and regulation, including working with legislators, coalition building, and advancing the association’s positions. He replaces David Loveday, who passed away in July after 15 years with WQA.
“This is pivotal role for WQA,” said Tom Bruursema, WQA’s associate executive director for member and public engagement. “Jeremy will be responsible for developing and guiding the association’s U.S. domestic federal legislative and regulatory agenda, in addition to managing international, regional, and state level affairs.”
Previously, Pollack was with ASHRAE as manager of federal and global government affairs. He served as the chief liaison for ASHRAE’s members to Congressional and federal agencies on issues surrounding resiliency, water, energy, sustainability, and COVID-19 guidance. He has also worked in an advisory role for WQA, and worked on the association’s behalf while with Gephardt Government Affairs.
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