This week we are pleased to bring you episode 05 of Diving into Water and Sanitation Careers, which is packed-full with thought-provoking career advice from Daly Wettermark, a mechanical engineer by training, currently working to innovate wastewater filtration systems as a product development owner at Xylem Inc.
In this episode, you will hear about the impact Daly’s work has on tackling the climate crisis, and how this drives her to be an active part of the water and sanitation sectors. Daly generously offers up a treasure trove of advice. She advises to surround oneself with excellent teachers, and you will also hear about the important role a rotational leadership development program had in her water and sanitation career.
Speaking from her experiences, Daly suggests that one great way senior professionals can support junior professionals is by facilitating connections and sharing career opportunities with those new to the field or sector. She asks leaders and organizations to look within themselves to challenge the status quo in the sector and break open doors for those in water and sanitation to contribute to securing our planet’s sustainable future. Make sure you tune in to hear the full story!
You can watch and listen to the podcast on this page or find the full interview here as an audio podcast, or here as a video podcast.
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