Season One’s Call to Actions:
We asked every single person we interviewed what the call to action most important to them was and, boy, did they answer. Here are some things to ponder as we leave behind 2018 and kick off 2019 to face new dreams, new challenges, and new trails to blaze.
EP002 Travis Loop, Director of Communication and Outreach, Water Environment Federation
EP004 Duke Greenhill, Chair of Advertising, Branding, and Graphic Design at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia
EP005 Ryan Beltran, President and Founder, Elequa
EP006 Jennifer Henderson, President, J.O. Agency
EP007 Megan Yoo Schneider, President, Seven Management and Consulting, Inc.
EP008 Lynne Christopher, Education Coordinator, San Antonio Water System
EP009 Dr. Rudi Thompson, Director of Environmental Education Initiative, University of North Texas
EP013 Alan Heymann, President, Blue Drop
EP014 Samantha Villegas, President and Founder, SaviPR
EP015 Erin Ruszkowski, Environmental Engineer Major and the Best Rogue Water Intern Ever, University of Alabama
EP016 Mike McGill, President and Founder, WaterPIO
EP017 Chris Long, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State University
EP020 Todd Danielson, Chief Utilities Executive, Avon Lake Regional Water
EP022 Robb Barnitt, CEO and Founder, Dropcountr
EP024 Chris Wolff, President and Founder, Adventure Hydrology
EP025 Kendall Haven, Story Researcher and Author
EP026 Sarah Zink, President and Founder, Sarah Zink Business Training
EP028 Tia Lebherz, Director of Outreach and Special Projects, California Water Efficiency Partnership
EP029 Khun Khunaraksa, Portfolio Manager for SE Asia, Water.org
EP030 Jon Acuff, New York Times Bestselling Author
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