What is FLOW?
FLOW stands for Future Leaders of Waterpower, NHA’s newest ad-hoc networking/career development group. The ultimate goal of FLOW is to attract and support talented, diverse professionals by creating a welcoming and safe environment and by providing a clear pathway for professional growth.
FLOW members will have the opportunity to help create content, identify speakers, and shape agendas for NHA events. They’ll also get a chance to meet and collaborate with the waterpower industry’s current thought leaders.
FLOW will organize ahead of NHA events to host meet-ups, happy hours, and dinners to facilitate networking and making friends within the waterpower industry. This group will plan career development webinars, knowledge-sharing sessions, hydro 101 workshops, and other activities to cultivate the next generation of industry leaders.
When we have voices and perspectives from different backgrounds,
we can solve bigger problems and overcome bigger obstacles.
FLOW at Clean Currents 2021
We are launching FLOW activities at Clean Currents, the all-new, official waterpower tradeshow + conference of the National Hydropower Association. NHA has created a special discount rate for FLOW members to encourage attendance and make it easier for FLOW members to participate in this inaugural industry event. Contact Marycella Dumlao for questions.
We will have content, networking opportunities, and events all geared towards FLOW members. Learn more here!
Who is Eligible to Join FLOW?
NHA strives to promote diversity in professional experience, age, gender, racial background, and industry sector in our meetings. We aim to provide the next generation of waterpower leaders with the tools and resources they need for growth and career advancement. While anyone is welcome to join, FLOW especially invites members who are:
- Young professionals
- Professionals with 15 years or less experience in waterpower
- People with Disabilities
How to Join FLOW
FLOW is open to non-members and members. In order to receive invites to FLOW calls, events, and meet-ups, prospective FLOW members should create a profile in the NHA Portal and join the FLOW group.
Follow these 3 Easy Steps to join: