The Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) has named Kim Redden its foundation relations and research manager. Redden, who formerly worked for the Water Quality Association (WQA), has broad experience in the water treatment industry and brings deep industry knowledge to her position.
“We’re very pleased to welcome Kim back to WQA and the research foundation,” said Pauli Undesser, executive director of both WQA and WQRF. “In addition to her experience with WQA and WQRF, she has exemplary experience and background in customer service, training, project management and more, which will help further strengthen the impact of WQRF’s research.”
Redden is responsible for managing the research foundation’s fundraising activities and business operations and will help assess research project progress. She joins WQRF Research Project Leader Kayla Heriaud, who started work at WQRF in February.
Redden has held various positions at the Water Quality Association since 2013, including regulatory and technical affairs coordinator and associate advisor for professional certification and training.