Since launching his own business in 2003, Dennis Wanless has researched, written, and presented 55 different class topics at dozens of locations throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. He is the author of the reference book Drinking Water Treatment - Principles & Insights. Formerly a water plant operator himself, Wanless has held a Class 1 "A" Virginia waterworks operator's license since 1994, once held a Florida Class C, and has operated in surface and groundwater treatment plants from 0.1 to 100 MGD capacity dating back to 1984. He is an over 30-year member of the Virginia section AWWA. Until starting his own business 17 years ago, he worked as a training manager and regional sales representative for a utility supplies company, developing and presenting seminars at numerous locations in Virginia and North Carolina. Over the three decades since 1988 he has operated plants, worked as a training program specialist, groundwater technician, magazine editor, and circuit rider for two state rural water associations, and written and published Water Publications Digest TM, a monthly summary of articles that first appeared in water trade and technical journals. Wanless attended Drew University in Madison, New Jersey.
Ronda is our administrator. Before joining D. R. Wanless & Associates, LLC, she held a variety of positions in the Commonwealth of Virginia, including as a personal assistant to a Virginia state senator and to a Virginia circuit court judge, as a published medical and architectural illustrator, as a trial-law legal assistant, as a credentialing specialist for a Charlottesville hospital, as an executive assistant to a hospital medical director, and as the office manager of a private medical practice. Ronda graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, majoring in pre-med sciences and studio fine art, and was an editor of the Hamilton College Alumni Review for over eleven years.
Thoughts and Ruminations
Look Up, a video reminder for all of us, by Gary Turk.
Published on Apr 25, 2014
From Gary Turk: "Look Up' is a lesson taught to us through a love story,
I don't want you to stop using social media or smartphones. It's about finding a balance.
A spoken word film for an online generation.