Andrew has worked to improve access to water and sanitation in many developing countries. He has done WASH related work with the International Water Management Institute, Center for Global Safe Water at Emory, Georgia Tech Research Institute, and Centers for Disease Control. Most recently, Andrew was in Cameroon managing the installation of a water distribution system. With a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and a B.S. in Environmental Engineering, he is passionate about utilizing technology to provide culturally appropriate solutions to global WASH inequality.
Nick Van Vliet
Before Sanivation Nick worked as the community development coordinator for Water Missions International in Haiti. While there he worked to establish standards that could be scaled to all country programs in relation to micro-enterprise, water and sanitation practices and overall committee management. Before working with WMI, Nick analyzed and reported on Economic Development with the Dutch Permanent Mission to the United Nations. He graduated from Emory University with a B.B.A. in both Business and Music.
A recent graduate of Georgia Tech with a B.S in mechanical engineering, Emily spent the past year working as a research engineer for Georgia Tech Research Institute. Currently she has been working on emergency water treatment systems and sanitation innovation for low resource settings. In the past Emily has worked with Living Water drilling water wells in Central America, Engineers Without Borders on water supply systems in Cameroon, and on board Operation Mobilization’s Logos Hope Ship in the engine room. Emily seeks to travel the world and use engineering to improve quality of life world wide.
Sean studied international affairs at Georgia Tech which led him to Nairobi, Kenya where he worked with a micro-finance and business writing competition to help Kenyan university students develop their businesses. Before Sanivation he worked with Georgia Tech Leadership Development in marketing and outreach.