David Casaletto


David Casaletto is the President of H 2Ozarks, a nonprofit water quality organization. He received his B.S. in Accounting from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas and has an extensive background in business, accounting, management and advertising.

David is also President of Ozarks Clean Water Company (OCWC), a nonprofit sewer and water company. OCWC owns and operates water and wastewater treatment plants and currently has 450 active members using their services. He was Program Coordinator for the National Decentralized Onsite Wastewater Demonstration Project at Table Rock Lake, a $2 Million cooperative agreement with EPA to find technical and management solutions for failing onsite systems.

David currently resides on Table Rock Lake near Cape Fair, Missouri with his wife Diane and is a water testing volunteer for the Lakes of Missouri Volunteer Program.

Carin Love

Carin Love

Chief OPerating Officer

Carin Love oversees operational functions for the three Ozarks Water & Environmental non-profit organizations: H 2Ozarks, Ozarks Clean Water Company, and Ozarks Environmental Services. Returning to the area from California in 2013, she began working for H 2Ozarks in January of 2016. She grew up on Table Rock Lake and has always had a love for the beauty of the area. She is active in her community and enjoys spending time with her husband and children. In the summertime she enjoys kayaking, hiking, fishing, and spending time outdoors with her family. She is passionate about her work and is dedicated to the preservation of the rich water resources that beautify the Ozarks.

Erin Scott

Senior Policy and Program Director – Arkansas

Erin Scott joined H 2Ozarks in June of 2020, filling a new role in the organization as Senior Policy and Program Director. With several years working at the Arkansas Water Resources Center at the University of Arkansas, she has extensive experience with water quality in the Upper White River Basin. She is also currently pursuing her PhD in Public Policy at the University of Arkansas, which will help her identify and address current water policy issues important to the Watershed. Erin has been a member of the Board of Directors for Beaver Watershed Alliance since March of 2020, and currently serves as Chair of the Technical Committee for the Board. Having spent most of her life in Fayetteville, Erin is passionate about protecting water and environmental quality for the community. She enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she can be found kayaking, riding the paved trail system, mountain biking the expanding off-road trail system, or any number of other outdoor activities.

Shelly Smith

Program Manager – ARKANSAS

Shelly is an Arkansas native that has recently returned to Fayetteville after 14 years in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. During her time in NH, Shelly attended graduate school in plant biology at the University of New Hampshire, operated a diversified no-spray farming operation, and worked for the grassroots nonprofit organization Seacoast Eat Local where she managed community based and ecologically important programs that promoted local foods. Shelly is overjoyed to be back in Arkansas near family and the Razorbacks and is excited to bring her experience and enthusiasm to H 2Ozarks and the Septic Grant and Loan Program. She enjoys all things outdoors with her partner, their two young sons, and their goofy 1 year old golden retriever, Biscuit. 

Jerry Harman

PROGRAM Director – Missouri

Jerry is a native of St. Joseph, Missouri, and a graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia (M-I-Z!). In 2016, he and his wife, Lynne, moved from the St. Louis area to Kimberling City and moved into the house that Lynne’s grandparents built in 1974. Jerry’s love and passion for the outdoors and fishing brought him to H2Ozarks. In St. Louis, Jerry spent 12 years teaching youth fishing for the Missouri Department of Conservation. He was also a Boy Scout merit badge counselor for fishing and fly fishing. Since 2018, Jerry has been a fishing guide at Dogwood Canyon Nature Park. In his spare time, Jerry enjoys tying his own flies, kayak fishing, and fishing Lake Taneycomo and Crane Creek. Most recently, Jerry was chosen to be a Lead Mentor for The Mayfly Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that uses fly fishing as a catalyst to mentor children in foster care. Jerry will use his love for fishing as a motivator to help H2Ozarks keep our waterways clean.