Dan Aiello joins WithersRavenel as client success manager
WithersRavenel is pleased to welcome Dan Aiello as a new employee-owner and client success manager.
Dan brings more than 12 years of experience in water and wastewater operations, technologies, and asset management. His background includes extensive experience in team leadership and project management. His expertise ranges from the technical aspects of water system operations to complex asset management problem solving.
Dan has collaborated with a variety of internal and external clients to deliver successful results, and will bring those skills to his role serving clients. He is committed to communication, customer service, and helping solve challenging problems.
Everyone at WithersRavenel is exceptional in every way,Dan said. I am proud to be welcomed to such a great organization and excited to do my best work yet.
Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University and a Certificate in Executive Leadership from Emory University. Dan is passionate about charitable water projects, trades education, and community development. He enjoys spending time with family, friends, and in the outdoors.
Please join us in congratulating Dan! If you want to put Dan and WithersRavenel to work for you, please contact him at (919) 930-1188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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