Wayne O. Williams is an Environmental Engineer and a Wastewater Subject Matter Expert. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and has worked in many executive level positions and contributed his expertise to environmental projects, from start-up to sustainability, at local, Caribbean and international levels. At one point in his career he was supervising the Operations and Maintenance of 72 wastewater facilities.
Mr. Williams has the distinction of having worked as Charter Secretary, during the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association’s formative stage over 30 years ago. He has a long association with the CWWA, serving as PRO from 2008-2010 and then as President, from 2010-2012.
As a Subject Matter Specialist, Mr. Williams has been tapped by International Agencies as an Advisor on Impact Management and Mitigation research projects, targeting territories across the region.
Since 2008, Mr. Williams has also been a part-time lecturer in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and is also active as the Chairman and President of the local branch of his church.