Congratulations to Andrew Todd on being elected as the new President Elect of the Water Quality Section. Professionally, Andrew works as a research biologist, conducting research on the impacts of diverse stressors (e.g. acid-rock drainage, climate change) to cold-water rivers and streams for the USGS. In recent years, he has worked as a contaminants biologist at the future Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge site, and as the primary project scientist for Trout Unlimited’s Colorado Water Project. Andrew received a bachelors degree in biology from Williams College, and masters and doctoral degrees in environmental engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. When not at work, Andrew is an avid trail runner, fly fisherman, and craft beer drinker. Come to the business meeting and welcome him to the section.