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Tanya Newman in Settlements: tracking for WAPA's mission

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Name: Tanya Newman, federal employee

Title: Supervisory Public Utilities Specialist

Location: Montrose, Colorado

Region: Colorado River Storage Project Management Center

​When did you start working with WAPA? I started working at WAPA in September 1999.

​What is the most interesting thing you have worked on at WAPA? I can't say there is just one thing, but I have worked wit​h some of the best folks. Any project I am part of, the best part about it is the people I'm working with.  

​What do you wish people understood about your job and the work you do? What I wish people understood about my current position is that things are changing at a rapid pace. If we work and communicate with each other we will find ways to learn and grow as a team! 

​Tell us something about yourself we wouldn't find on your resume. I'm a very family-oriented person.

​How is what you do tied to WAPA's mission? The Settlements team tracks, records, invoices and provides reports for all transactions so we can continue to provide reliable, cost-based federal hydroelectric power and related services to our customers.

 

  
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Customer: Tom Heller
Employee: Martin Wallette
Employee: Kyle Conroy
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Employee: Parker Wicks
Customer: Elston K. Grubaugh
Employee: Tanya Newman
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