Tata & Howard Announces Strategic New Hire and Office Location

Tata & Howard Announces Strategic New Hire and Office Location

Rhonda E. Harris, P.E., WEF Fellow
Rhonda E. Harris, P.E., WEF Fellow

Growing environmental engineering firm expands to Dallas, Texas and hires nationally recognized water and wastewater expert Rhonda Harris

MARLBORO, MA Tata & Howard is pleased to announce that Rhonda E. Harris, P.E., WEF Fellow, has joined the firm as Vice President. Ms. Harris brings over 40 years of experience in managing and administering a variety of facilities and programs in the water environment industry. She will be working out of Dallas, Texas.

“I am thrilled to join Tata & Howard,” commented Harris. “The firm has long enjoyed a solid reputation as an industry leader in environmental engineering due to their high standards, collaborative atmosphere, and technical expertise, and I look forward to being a part of such an upstanding team.”

“Rhonda shares the same vision and values as Tata & Howard, and enhances the team with superior technical mastery as well as the highest level of discipline,” stated Donald J. Tata, P.E., President of Tata & Howard. “In addition, her international experience in asset management and business practice consulting will allow us to augment current services, create new initiatives, and expand geographically, which are all in line with our strategic plan.”

In 2015, Ms. Harris was named a WEF Fellow by the Water Environment Federation (WEF). This prestigious designation recognizes career achievements, stature, and contributions to the water profession. Ms. Harris has been actively involved on an international level in addressing issues of water and sanitation through leadership and participation in the top water professional organizations in the world. As a Past President of WEF, an elected member of The International Water Academy (TIWA), an Honorary Member of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), a member of the Executive Committees of LakeNet and The Inter-American Water Resource Network (IWRN), and participant in a number of additional non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the water sector, she has worked for change and improvement of the global water environment for many years. She holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, and an M.B.A. degree in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University. She can be reached at rharris@tataandhoward.com.