11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority
Southern Nevada Water Authority
El Paso Water Utilities
We are thrilled to bring together three Utility Titans to discuss the state of innovation in the water industry. Each of the panelists will share their personal experiences and what they hope for the future. WaterSmart’s own Dominique Gomez will serve as the moderator for the hour long webinar. Audience members will be able to submit questions throughout the webinar that they would like the panelists to answer.
George Hawkins currently serves as the CEO and General Manager of DC Water, where he oversees the distribution of drinking water and wastewater collection and treatment for more than 680,000 customers in Washington, DC, and wastewater treatment for 1.8 million customers in Washington’s surrounding counties. Upon his arrival in 2009, George launched an ambitious agenda to transform DC Water into a customer-oriented enterprise that is driving innovation and delivering improved value to its ratepayers. George has driven industry-leading efforts in customer engagement, including a vibrant social media presence, in science and engineering research and development, and in product development and licensing.
Between 1989 and early 2014, Pat Mulroy served as General Manager of both the Las Vegas Valley Water District, a municipal purveyor serving more than 350,000 accounts, and the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), the regional agency responsible for acquiring, treating and delivering water to two million Southern Nevadans and 40 million annual visitors. Mulroy was a principal architect of the SNWA, helping to guide Southern Nevada through an unprecedented period of growth and one of the worst droughts in the history of the Colorado River. As general manager of one of the country’s most progressive water agencies, Mulroy was exceptionally active in regional and national water issues.
Edmund Archuleta served as General Manager for the El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board from January 1989 through January of 2013 where he has since been an advisor. He was responsible for all aspects of water and wastewater service to the Greater El Paso Metropolitan Area, a population of approximately 700,000 people. During his service as General Manager, El Paso Water Utilities was recognized in Texas, regionally, and nationally for innovations and leadership in water conservation, reclamation, and utility management.
We hope you can join the conversation on Tuesday, December 5th.