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  • Doug Sackett

    Doug Sackett has worked in aquatics since he came to the New York State Health Department more than 30 years ago, and in that time he’s been responsible for a lot

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    “One day I’ll grow up and get a real job.” That’s what Kathryn Scott likes to joke when asked about her work

  • Amanda Tarrier

    Just nine years ago, Amanda Tarrier was a college student at Wesleyan University, finishing up a degree in earth and environmental science

  • Chuck Neuman

    From the time he started his first business, a pool construction company, in 1973, Chuck Neuman has never been afraid to dig into a new project

  • Carl Nylander

    Since his days as an age group swimmer in Atlanta, aquatics has become more than a sport for Carl Nylander

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    He hasn’t found a cure for cancer or put an end to the common cold, but the United States is a healthier nation thanks to Capt

  • John Linn

    Just as Walt Disney was the man behind the mouse, you might say John Linn is the man behind the whale

  • Colleen Maitoza

    You won’t find many environmental health professionals as dedicated to aquatics as Colleen Maitoza

  • Ellen Meyer

    For most people, chemistry is just another class they took in high school, but Ellen Meyer sees it as much more

  • Franceen Gonzales

    Franceen Gonzales was proud when Great Wolf Lodge opened in Mason, Ohio, in 2006. She was the corporate director of aquatics at Madison, Wis.-based Great Wolf Resorts, overseeing operations and maintenance of the company’s nine waterparks.