#WhyINWA Series

#WhyINWA with Amber Liggett

Amber's journey with the NWA began early in her academic career, and continues today as she upholds the role of an NWA Board Director. She discusses how she became involved in the association, how she began networking with peers and mentors, and how others can get involved and participate.

#WhyINWA with John Keyes

John Keyes talks about his diverse background in meteorology, how he became an NWA member and how he contributes to the Social Media Committee. John also gives advice to non-members who are considering joining the association!

#WhyINWA with Hannah Strong

Hannah Strong, meteorologist at WDRB in Louisville, KY, discusses the NWA's impact on early-career professionals, and how presenting at the 2018 Annual Meeting put her face and name in front of hundreds of other weather professionals and peers. Hannah also serves on the Social Media Committee, helping the engagement and growth of the NWA.

#WhyINWA with John Banghoff

NWA Member John Banghoff talks about the NWA's impact on his academic and professional career, scholarships and student opportunities.

#WhyINWA with NWA President Paul Schlatter

NWA President Paul Schlatter talks about the NWA's impact on his career and personal growth as a meteorologist.
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