Mohammed Haque and Mark Rounds
Central States Water Environment Association- Haque
Adjunct Professor – Milwaukee School of Engineering- Rounds
Mohammed M. Haque is the District Manager for the Northern Moraine WRD in Island Lake, Illinois. He has been the Executive Director of the Central States Water Environment Association since 2012 and founded Global Water Stewardship (GWS) in 2013, a service-based volunteer organization that has been a catalyst for the establishment and growth of a wastewater industry in Costa Rica. He has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and B.S. in Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville. Mohammed is a firm believer in the amazing potential the water industry has to clean water and recover resources throughout the world.
Mark Rounds is an Assistant Professor at the Milwaukee School of Engineering in the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management program. Prior to teaching, Mark worked as a general contractor in the construction industry holding positions of laborer, superintendent, project manager, and vice president of operations. He is a licensed professional engineer in Wisconsin and a member of the Associated General Contractors. In 2018 he received the Educator of the Year award for his teaching work in the construction industry.