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Water Systems Council promotes Margaret Martens

November 20, 2013  By Administrator

Nov. 20, 2013, Washington – Margaret Martens was promoted to executive director of the Water Systems Council (WSC).

Martens joined WSC in 2010 and had previously served as public education coordinator and program director. She has more than 25 years of experience working in non-profit management, specializing in organizational and program development, strategic planning, and financial and grant management.


“Margaret has demonstrated exceptional leadership in further developing existing WSC programs as well as establishing a new initiative, the Water Well Trust, which provides wells or rehabilitates existing wells for low-income individuals and families in the U.S.,” said Bo Andersson, president of the WSC board of directors, in a press release.

Martens received her Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University. She is the co-founder of two non-profit organizations in Charlotte, N.C. that serve the housing needs of low-income families and individuals.

The WSC is a national, non-profit organization focused on household wells and small water well systems.

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