Clark Hull, the District’s environmental resource permitting program director, was asked to join the Stormwater Management Academy’s board of directors.
Clark Hull, the District’s environmental resource permitting program director, accepted an invitation to join the prestigious Stormwater Management Academy’s board of directors.
The Academy is supported by the University of Central Florida, the Florida Department of Transportation and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The Academy’s mission is to provide educational materials and research to advance an understanding and practice of stormwater management and to influence policy and procedures.
“Hull was asked to join the board because of his knowledge and background in matters related to stormwater management in the state,” said Marty Wanielista, Ph.D., P.E., Stormwater Management Academy director.
Board members are asked for their input during board meetings, which are held at least once per year.
As a board member, Hull will represent the state’s five water management districts and assist with setting the Academy’s research and education agenda related to stormwater management.
“I see this as an opportunity to bridge the gap between the regulation of stormwater systems and the technological advances in stormwater treatment made possible through research,” said Hull.
The Academy maintains a web site, stormwater.ucf.edu, and holds at least two major workshops or symposiums per year.
Hull has been with the District since 1985.