Emily Remmel is the Director of Regulatory Affairs with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) where she works on a variety of stormwater, emerging contaminant (PFAS!), biosolids, water reuse, and water quality issues.
Emily received Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science Degrees in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma where she researched a super exciting ecological phenomenon occurring in Oklahoma between an invasive, toxic golden algae and the herbivores of freshwater – daphnia!
Emily continued her passion for water resources at Vermont Law School where she received a Juris Doctorate as well as a Certificate in Water Resources Law. Emily loves to write and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. While there, she was also part of the Water and Justice Program that focused on sustainability, the public trust doctrine, and the right to water. She is licensed to practice in New Hampshire and Washington DC.
In her free time, she teaches two online undergraduate courses at the University of Oklahoma in Water Law and Water Resources Advocacy. In her extra free time in D.C., she loves to read, run/hike, and drink craft beer with her husband, Jeff.