Youth Delegates

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    Youth Delegates appointed by the World Water Council’s Board of Governors for the 2023-2025 mandate are:

     

    AMERICAS - Jennifer Treveino, 21 years old, the U.S.A

    Jennifer Treveino is currently a geology undergraduate at Texas A&M University with a focus on water related research. Previously, she worked at the University de Pablo Olvide, where she focused on groundwater modeling related to water insecurity in the Donana National Park (Southwestern Spain). Her main focus is on the progressive development of sustainable water practices and Sustainable Development Goal 6.

    ASIA - Achmad Solikhin, 30 years, Indonesia

    Being motivated by water's pivotal role in agrifood systems, albeit sometimes overlooked, Achmad Solikhin has made concerted youth efforts, striving to deliver science-based evidence for transforming the unsustainable water use in agrifood systems.
    Through the World Water Council (WWC), he anticipates embodying the measures to be sustainable, resilient, and inclusive for altruism through water-agrifood literacy.

    AFRICA - Kirk Bright, 29 years, Ghana

    Kirk Bright is a doctoral student at the Technical University of Munich. In his thesis, he explores ways for the effective conservation and management of water-related ecosystems for mitigating flood risk.
    He is also interested in how same can be leveraged to improve the quality of life in cities.

    EUROPE - Luca Jendrek, 28 years, Hungary

    Luca Jendrek is a young water professional from Hungary, skilled in International Relations by diploma but an environmentalist by heart.
    She is engaged in several youth advocacy projects that aim to mitigate the climate crisis and will soon move to Spain and will work for the conservation of the Mediterraean Sea.

     

    > See the video presentation

     

    • Contact : youth@worldwatercouncil.org