Kam P. Law, Ph.D., PE, ENV SP joins Donohue & Associates as a Senior Project Manager and Practice Leader: Wastewater Innovations. In this key leadership role, Kam will work directly with our wastewater clients to understand and address their needs and lead project teams. She brings 25 years of industry experience as a wastewater process engineer for facilities in the Upper Midwest and across the U.S. As the Practice Leader for Wastewater Innovations, she will work to advance the wastewater field, guiding Donohue teams and our clients in their efforts to effectively employ and implement innovative and emerging technologies and practices.
"We are excited to welcome Kam to Donohue. Throughout her 25-year career, Kam has proven to be a highly regarded process engineer and project manager, helping clients achieve successful and innovative outcomes at their water resource recovery facilities,” noted Craig Brunner, Donohue President.
A licensed professional engineer in Illinois and Wisconsin, Kam earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees (civil/environmental engineering) from the University of Kansas, a master’s degree (project management) from Northwestern University, and a Ph.D. (civil and environmental engineering) from the University of Nevada-Reno. She is also an Envision™ Sustainability Professional (ENV SP). She is a frequent contributor to regional and national conferences through presentations and papers. Kam is active in the Water Environment Federation, Illinois Association of Wastewater Agencies, and Illinois Water Environment Association (IWEA) and has served in various leadership roles, including past president of IWEA.
Kam is assigned to Donohue’s Chicago office.