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Posted April 8, 2015 in Press Release

News Release


Ashley Rhinehart
864-299-4000 x283

ReWa names Lavada Galloway as Human Resources Manager

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) has recently named Lavada Galloway as its human resources manager.

Galloway is an ambassador for the industry and the initiatives that it supports each and every day. She has continued to show her passion for her career in human resources during her tenure at ReWa.

Her efforts have increased non-profit donations within the agency, gaining commitment from employees and raising over $121,000 for United Way during 2015. “It’s an honor to work with Lavada as she coordinates the United Way Campaign for ReWa,” said Lee Anne Goforth, campaign manager for the United Way of Greenville County. “She truly has a passion for helping others, and her enthusiastic spirit is contagious.”

Organizations such as United Way of Greenville and March of Dimes seek advocates within agencies like ReWa that have compassion for their community. Galloway has been a champion in her recent promotion to ReWa’s human resources manager, and continues to provide a multifaceted set of skills to the agency.

Renewable Water Resources (ReWa):

ReWa’s goal is to promote a cleaner environment, and to protect the public health and water quality of the Upstate waterways, while providing and developing the necessary sewer infrastructure for the growing economy. ReWa serves more than 400,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers in Greenville County and parts of Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens and Laurens Counties. Learn more at