INTERA’s Jack Wittman, Vice President of Strategy and Integration, Allen Wehrmann, Principal Groundwater Engineer, and Rhett Moore, Principal Hydrogeologist, will be hosting a free webinar entitled, Bank Filtration: An Example of Increasing Resilience in a Community Water Supply, on May 19, 2020 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM CDT. To register, visit: About the Speakers: Jack Wittman, PhD, PH, CGWP. Dr. Wittman’s professional experience encompasses serving as a research hydrologist, technical and policy advisor to governors and tribes, groundwater modeling specialist, and consulting scientist, and applying hydrologic data and models to scientific and public policy problems. Dr. Wittman historically built a hydrological consulting firm and routinely manages interdisciplinary and often remote teams of technical specialists. In addition to his current role of managing overall business development and expanding offerings, he is INTERA’s lead for identifying and protecting intellectual property, and is one of three inventors of a patented collector well model (U.S. Patent number 7,769,574). Allen Wehrmann, PE, PH, DWRE. Al Wehrmann has over four decades of experience in conducting groundwater quantity evaluation studies (aquifer testing and analysis, well and wellfield design, and 2D flow modeling), investigations of natural and contaminated water quality, and studies regarding the influence of monitoring well construction and groundwater sampling techniques on sample results. He has also contributed to the development of hydrogeologic siting criteria for locating hazardous and low-level radioactive waste disposal facilities. As the former Head of the Illinois State Water Survey Center for Groundwater Science, he brings experience in regional water resource assessment, planning, and management. Rhett Moore, PE, PH. Rhett Moore has nearly three decades of experience in water resource investigations for the purposes of management, planning, permitting, and development. His project management and technical experience includes water resource assessments, aquifer testing, source-of-supply planning, and well and wellfield design. His areas of specialization are aquifer testing and characterization, application of hydrologic models, groundwater-surface water interaction, regional and local groundwater flow modeling with analytic elements, project management, water quality sampling and interpretation, water supply planning and development, and wellfield design and optimization.