Clean Water Corps


You Served? Serve Again. Join a team of dedicated individuals that still feel the need to engage the world and make a difference. This is the opportunity to embark in a new mission, one that has the power to improve quality of life for millions of people throughout the world. Become part of a new platform, where veterans support veterans, where you can bring the skills you learned in service to bear against the largest killer in our world.

Become the tip of the spear in the battle against waterborne disease, join the Clean Water Corps.

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One of the greatest global threats is water-borne disease. To combat this pandemic, we challenged ourselves to look deeper into the design and implementation of strategic humanitarian initiatives, using seasoned military veterans.

The result: Waves For Water’s newest division, Clean Water Corps.

The result: W4W’s newest division, Clean Water Corps.

Headed by former US Army Officer, Rob McQueen, the Clean Water Corps (CWC) serves as a specialized clean water task force, sharply focused on combating the global water crisis. It is operated entirely by veterans—many of them, though they have transitioned from active duty, are still keen to be out there in the world, applying their knowledge and expertise, into something bigger than onself. It combines our, no-nonsense, guerrilla humanitarianism mindset, with the time-tested structural qualities of the military—organization, discipline, strategy, planning etc — ultimately using them to help solve a major global issue.

With a current roster of 40 veterans the Clean Water Corps has grown into two regions, West and East, each engaging its members across multiple fundraising efforts and projects globally. Since its inception the Clean Water Corps has launched 28 project, across 18 countries.

Meet the Clean Water Corps

Janiece Marquez

Janiece Marquez

Janiece joined the United States Army in 2005, a career which is highlighted by two distinguished deployments to Afghanistan. First, a grueling 15-month tour in eastern Afghanistan in 2008-2009. Second, serving in Kunar province, with 3rd and 5th Special Forces Groups as a Cultural Support Team member conducting Village Stability Operations from 2011-2012.

After leaving the Army in 2012 Janiece founded Stable Outcomes, a stability operations startup operating in dynamic and complex environments. With Janiece as the CEO, Stable Outcomes consulted with South American security forces on military and police stability operations and aided in conducting counter-Ebola measures in remote areas of Liberia. Janiece personally worked in Ebola hot-zones delivering clean water to Liberia’s most-affected villages and teaching villagers how to prevent the contraction and spread of Ebola.