Erin Bonney Casey Named Ipswich River Watershed Association’s Next Leader

Tuesday June 18, 2024

IPSWICH –Erin Bonney Casey is the new executive director of the Ipswich Watershed Association. She succeeds Wayne Castonguay who led IRWA for almost 13 years and who succeeded Kerry Mackin, who led it for almost twenty years. The Watershed Association is a non-profit organization that works to restore the Ipswich River to health and protect clean water for people and nature.

According to IRWA President Ken MacNulty, the Board of Directors engaged in a rigorous search and had a number of excellent, highly qualified candidates; Ms. Bonney Casey, who is currently serving as IRWA’s Resiliency Program Director, had the necessary knowledge of the issues facing the Ipswich River and the region as well as existing relationships with partners and other stakeholders. MacNulty said, “Since joining IRWA in March of 2022, Erin has consistently demonstrated a strong commitment to IRWA’s mission. We look forward to the leadership, dedication, and fresh perspectives she will bring to IRWA.”

Erin is a native New Englander and a recognized water management professional. Prior to IRWA, Erin became recognized as a water industry expert during her time as a Research Director at Blue-field Research in Boston from 2013 – 2022. During this time, Erin managed a portfolio of 15 corporate and public utility clients and was the lead author of over 100 market research reports on the water and wastewater sectors globally, with particular focus on innovative project delivery in the U.S. Erin and her family moved to Salem in 2021.

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