Walkerton Clean Water Centre Appoints Young Professional to Board

By Katherine Balpataky 12:28PM January 11, 2018



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The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) has announced the appointment of Ellen Stitt as the newest member of its board of directors.

Stitt graduated from the Water Quality Technician program at Durham College in 2013 and brings a wide variety of practical experience as an operator of both drinking water and wastewater systems. She is currently an operator with the Ontario Clean Water Agency where she is also a mentor for new operators.

Stitt is active on the volunteer front and is currently a volunteer webinar coordinator with the Canadian Water Network Student and Young Professional Committee. She is also a volunteer on the Great Waters Challenge Youth Advisory Board with Waterlution where she promotes water education for youth and has co-written a children’s storybook called Canada’s Great Water Adventure.

The Walkerton Clean Water Centre is an agency of the Government of Ontario, established in 2004, to ensure clean and safe drinking water for the entire province. For more information please visit

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