N. Charleston, S.C. – Global Water Center, a non-profit focused on ensuring longevity in water systems and securing safe water access for all, announces the election of two new members to its Board of Directors.
H. Chapman “Chappy” McKay is the Vice President for Sales and Marketing and a partner with Trident Construction in Charleston, SC. Prior to joining Trident construction, he served in leadership positions with McDevitt Street Bovis, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the Office of U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond, and was a banking officer with South Carolina National Bank. McKay serves on the Urban Land Institute’s SC Coastal Executive Committee; Board and Executive Committee of the College of Charleston Foundation; and the Charleston Metro Chamber Political Action Committee. He is a former Commissioner for Mount Pleasant Waterworks. McKay serves on the City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals and the Board of the Charlestowne Neighborhood Association. He is a member of the Charleston Rotary Club. McKay is a graduate of the College of Charleston and received an accreditation in Economic Development from the University of Oklahoma. He is a volunteer Chaplain with Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy.
“For so many years, I have greatly admired the amazing accomplishments of Water Missions International and its successful efforts to bring living water to the neediest people around the world,” says McKay. “To have an opportunity to join the Global Water Center in advancing this mission internationally is truly an answer to prayers. I look forward to being a part of this amazing journey.”
Thomas “Tom” Duong is a technology innovator, driving the digital transformation of asset-intensive companies. As the co-founder of Assetas in Denver, CO, he has launched an enterprise asset management and workflow automation software platform. Duong brings experience in start-up ventures, product development, risk governance, and regulatory compliance. Prior to founding Assetas, he co-founded and served as COO of Ecocion, the leading Governance, Risk, and Compliance platform for the energy sector. Duong holds an MBA from the University of Denver and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Houston.
About Global Water Center
Global Water Center (GWC) is a forward-thinking nonprofit organization based in Charleston, SC. GWC’s unique contribution to the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector is to work to end the global water crisis through a four-pronged strategy – incentivize collaboration among all organizations working in the WASH sector, incentivize those organizations to comply with performance and quality standards that optimize the probability that their projects will be sustainable, provide training and support services that enable the organizations to meet the standards, and provide monitoring, evaluation, and response services that ensure projects continue working as designed.
To accomplish this, GWC mobilizes internal and external experts to aid in assessment, design, implementation, and monitoring of projects as a service to water sector organizations in low- and middle-income countries. To learn more, visit www.globalwatercenter.org
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