Denver J. Stutler, Jr., P.E.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Inventor
Denver Stutler, Jr.’s 30-year career includes a unique combination of both public and private sector experience in the water infrastructure industry at an executive level. With a background in civil engineering, Denver began his career in 1989 by joining Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. (CDM), an international environmental engineering firm.
Megan Ross, P.E., MPA, ENV SP
Vice President, SediVision, LLC
Megan E. Ross, PE, ENV SP, is the former Director of Utilities of Pinellas County, where she was responsible for the safe operation and delivery of water, wastewater, and reclaimed water services for a population of 700,000 and a staff of 430, including engineering, operations, maintenance, water quality, customer service, and finance.
She holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida. Megan’s accomplishments are extensive and her relationships in the wastewater industry and associations, both in Florida and nationally, are broad and deep. At SediVision, she leads business growth, development, and is SediVision’s liaison throughout the wastewater industry.
Manager, Research and Development
Dana Austin is the co-inventor of SediVision with over 30 years’ experience in Marine science and Industrial Environmental Management.
Caroline is from Punxsutawney, PA, home of the world-famous weather-predicting groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil. She completed her undergraduate degree at Clarion University of Pennsylvania and then served a year in AmeriCorps before getting her Master's degree in Geology at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
Caroline applies her knowledge of sediment dynamics, hydrology, and geospatial sciences to further the research and development of SediVision to help the wastewater industry.
Caroline lives in Manatee County with her boyfriend, Spencer, and their dog, Eevee.