68: Why Art, Culture, and Water Will Transform Communities

Tyler Knott Gregson is a poet, author, professional photographer, and artist who lives in the mountains of Helena, Montana. His books include Miracle in the Mundane, Chasers of the Light, All the Words are Yours, North Pole Ninjas, and Wildly in the Dark. When he is not writing, he runs his photography company, Chasers of…

67: Communication’s Role in Solving the Silver Tsunami Workforce Challenge

Travis Loop has over 20 years of experience in strategic communications, public outreach, and media, with a focus on water and environmental issues. He is currently director of communications at the Water Environment Federation, where he also hosts the podcast Words On Water. He previously directed water communications at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and…

66: The Fundamental Value of Infusing Art and Culture into the Water Industry

Radhika Fox is the Chief Executive Officer of the US Water Alliance, a national nonprofit organization advancing policies and programs that build a sustainable water future for all. Radhika is a widely-recognized thought leader on complex water issues, from equity in water to investing in our nation’s water infrastructure. With more than 20 years of…

65: Creating Contagion in Your Communications with Duke Greenhill

Duke Greenhill is a leading advertising creative and strategist, writer, filmmaker, and omnichannel marketer. He’s known for being among the first to employ augmented reality gaming (ARG) and episodic transmedia marketing in the United States, and for being a thought leader in the luxury branding and advertising space. Duke has published articles on luxury brand…

64: Winning Over the Social Media Gatekeepers with John Gonzalez, Comms Director @neorsd

   John Gonzalez is the Communications Manager and Social Media Coordinator for the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District in Cleveland. The Sewer District has been actively engaged in social media since 2009, building reliable followings on Twitter, Facebook, and elsewhere to share updates, answer questions, and promote often-overlooked aspects of clean-water work. As an 18-year…