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85: Water Nerds Guide to WEF—Why You Need to Get Involved

We’ve always known Jackie was the real deal, but she showed just how cool she was when she let Stephanie instigate an impromptu breakdance battle in Jackie’s Presidential Suite at WEFTEC2019. We covered a lot of ground in this chat including: Her biggest goals for her year as president. WEF’s plan for building more diversity…

79: Water Nerd’s Guide to Putting the Love Back in Gov

Dr. Sarah Martin is currently Director of Health Solutions at mySidewalk–a technology firm specializing in making local government data effectively inform policymaking. She was previously the Deputy Director of the Kansas City, Missouri Health Department where she oversaw the Department’s initiatives to influence the social and economic policies that shape health inequities. Prior to her…

78: Water Nerd’s Guide to Communicating to Your Customers’ Lizard Brain

Karen DeBaker serves as Communications and Marketing Manager for Clean Water Services — the water resources management utility serving more than 600,000 residents of Oregon’s Tualatin River Watershed in the Portland-metro area. Karen joined Clean Water Services in 2000 and she has led the District’s marketing, communications and public education programs since 2007. Karen is…

76: Water Nerd’s Guide to Engaging Young Professionals

Chris Caro is a project engineer in the AECOM Baltimore office, with 6 years of experience in the sewer project management field. He is currently a member of AECOM’s DC Metro+ DCS team. Chris’ responsibilities include planning, designing, construction, and commissioning water and wastewater systems. Mr. Caro previously worked as a Project Manager at WSSC…