eWater Limited Board farewells Director, Andrew Reynolds

eWater Limited Board farewells Director Andrew Reynolds

eWater Limited Board Director, Andrew Reynolds, announced this week at our recent board meeting his decision to step down after six years of providing advice and advocacy to the Board and eWater Group.

Michael Wilson, Group CEO said, “Andrew’s extensive experience at the Murray Darling Basin Authority has provided eWater Limited Board with invaluable insights and helped steer and strengthen our organisation in its delivery of water management solutions and how we engage with our government members and other stakeholders in Australia and internationally. As a board member and supporter of eWater Group, you have generously given your time to make tough decisions and act in the best interest of eWater, and we thank you.” 

On behalf of the eWater Ltd Board and the company, Board Chair, Greg Claydon, paid tribute to and thanked Andrew for his very significant contribution to the Board over the last six years and to water management decision-making, including that informed by eWater’s products, over an even longer period.

“Andrew brought specific knowledge, experience and skills to the Board, including in water management, river and infrastructure operations, risk management and governance, building on his executive roles with the Murray-Darling Basin Authority and earlier work. These have been invaluable to informing strategic directions and approaches adopted by the company,” Greg Claydon said.

We wish Andrew all the best. We will announce a new eWater Limited Board Director shortly.

The eWater Limited Board plays a crucial role in ensuring the highest of governance and accountability standards to ensure eWater Group and its divisions continue our mission to support the environmentally sustainable management of water resources in Australia and worldwide > https://lnkd.in/g_XEZtG4.

Who are we?

Jointly owned by all Australian governments, eWater Group provides stewardship, management, development, enhancement, skills-building, research, access, and transparency in water management and modelling tools, capability, and capacity.

We do this in the interests of our government members, stakeholders, clients, and customers and on behalf of the Australian people who have invested in us.

At eWater Group, and through our divisions, eWater Solutions and the Australian Water Partnership, support governments, organisations, and water managers to use our tools and products, expertise, and international development program management capabilities, including in their pursuit of integrated water resource management objectives and poverty reduction.