environmentalist

100 Water Heroes: Rich Gilmore

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The Nature Conservancy’s Australia Program Director

Rich is the Director of The Nature Conservancy’s Australia Program, where he leads the team in their mission to combat climate change and protect the Australian environment. From restoring Southern Australia’s shellfish reefs, to establishing sustainable cities throughout the country, Rich is leading a dynamic and effective team of environmentalists.

Prior to his involvement in conservation, Rich was a stockbroker at the Sydney Future Exchange. In 2005, he career path shifted and he was awarded an Earthwatch fellowship that landed him in Kenya and opened his eyes to the positive environmental impact he could have on the world. Reflecting on this expedition, Rich stated:

“Going to Kenya was literally a life-changing experience for me. I was struck by these capable, intelligent and articulate people. They could have done anything they wanted to do anywhere in the world but here they were in East Africa spending their time in the mud, solving problems for other people.”

Rich continued on to obtain a degree in Environmental Management and later became the Director of Operations and Programs for Earthwatch Australia, eventually being promoted to CEO. During his time at Earthwatch Australia, Rich was awarded the Prime Minister’s Award for Australian Environmentalist of the Year.

Rich is one of our #100WaterHeroes for his impactful career in conservation, and for committing himself to creating an environmentally sustainable future.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/richgilmore

100 Water Heroes: Tara Lohan

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Environmental journalist and editor

Tara Lohan is an Environmental Journalist and Editor and has been writing on issues surrounding energy, water and the environment for over a decade. She is currently the Deputy Editor of The Revelator, an “online news and ideas initiative” of the Centre for Biological Diversity.

Prior to working with The Revelator, Tara was the Managing Director of Water Deeply, an initiative that covers water crises happening in the American West, and their various implications. In addition to writing for Water Deeply, Tara’s work has been featured in a number of publications, including the Nation, the American Prospect, Salon, Pacific Standard, KQED, and others.

Tara has also edited two books on the global water crisis, including Water Matters: Why We Need to Act Now to Save Our Most Critical Resource. Throughout her work, Tara draws attention to the intersection of water, climate, energy and food, and uses her platform to highlight global environmental issues.

Tara is one of our #100WaterHeroes for using her expertise to draw attention to global issues of water, energy and environment.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/taralohan

Twitter: @TaraLohan

Website: taralohan.com  

100 Water Heroes: Dr. Anthony Turton

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Environmental Advisor, Speaker, Author

Dr. Anthony Turton is a celebrated Environmental Advisor, Speaker and Author, and has made significant contributions to water resource management in South Africa. Anthony is committed to environmental advocacy, because he “believe[s] that we are reaching limits to our current developmental approaches and will be forced to make changes in the near future, whether we like it or not.”

Anthony has published a wide range of acclaimed books, chapters, reports and scientific publications, many of which are available on his website. He is also currently a Professor at the Centre for Environmental Management at the University of Free State, as well as a professional speaker and environmental consultant.

Anthony’s experience in the water management sector is widespread, and he has helped lead a myriad of local and international institutions, such as the Universities Partnership for Transboundary Waters, International Water Resource Association and the World Water Council.

He has also been given a number of prestigious awards, including the Habitat Council Award (2009), the Nick Steele Memorial Award for Top Environmentalist of the Year (2010), the Green Globe Award for Environmental Activist of the Year, 2012 and the WESSA Award for Lifetime Conservation Achiever 2016.

Anthony is one of our #100WaterHeroes for his dynamic contributions to advancing water conservation in South Africa, and throughout the world.

Website: http://www.anthonyturton.com/

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/anthonyturton

Twitter: @TurtonWater

100 Water Heroes: Tewolde Egziabher

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Leader of Ethiopian Environmental Protection Agency

Tewolde Egziabher is an Ethiopian Environmentalist and Biologist who leads Ethiopia’s Environmental Protection Agency. In 2006, Tewolde was named as one of the UN’s Champions of the Earth, a prestigious environmental award. He has also won the Right Livelihood Award in 2000 "for his exemplary work to safeguard biodiversity and the traditional rights of farmers and communities to their genetic resources."

Prior to his work with the Ethiopian Environmental Protection Agency, Tewolde was the Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Addis Ababa. He continued on to serve as President of Aswara University for 8 years. Following his career in academia, Tewolde became Director of the Ethiopian Conservation Strategy Secretariat.

Tewolde is a respected Environmentalist and Scientist who has used his platform to advance environmental sustainability in Ethiopia. This makes him one of our #100WaterHeroes.

100 Water Heroes: Benjamin Kahn

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Environmentalist and Marine Biologist

Benjamin Kahn is an Israeli Environmentalist and Marine Biologist. Benjamin’s core focus is on protecting and conserving Israel’s coastline, specifically the Red Sea reef. Benjamin is the Founder and Chairman Zalul, an NGO that is committed to preserving Israel’s seas and rivers. In addition to his leadership of Zalul, Benjamin is also the Founder and CEO of Atlantium Technologies, a water purification technology firm. He is also President of Coral World International Ltd., “an operator of marine parks that specialises in ecologically-friendly tropical life systems in symbiotic environments.”

Benjamin’s entry into environmentalism came when he returned to Israel after having lived abroad. He frequently snorkelled in the Red Sea as a child, and was devastated to witness the immense degradation of its coral reef. This realisation prompted Benjamin to get involved and he noted, “I knew that if the reef was going to survive, someone had to fight for it.”

Benjamin was named as one of Time Magazine’s Heroes of the Environment in 2007, for his impactful leadership of Zalul.

Benjamin is one of our #100WaterHeroes for dedicating his career and life to protecting and conserving Israel’s coastline.

100 Water Heroes: Gidon Bromberg

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Co-founder and Director of EcoPeace Middle East

Gidon Bromberg is the co-founder and Israeli Director of EcoPeace Middle East, the only regional organisation that brings together and works with Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli environmentalists. Their main goal is “the promotion of cooperative efforts to protect our shared environmental heritage,” that furthers sustainable development and fosters peace in the region.

With offices in Amman, Ramallah and Tel-Aviv, EcoPeace Middle East is dedicated to achieving environmental sustainability that is sensitive to regional issues, and does so by hiring Palestinian, Jordanian and Israeli researchers to understand issues and “develop a common vision as to how [they] might be able to influence decision makers, the media and the general public.”

Prior to co-founding EcoPeace Middle East in 1994, Gidon obtained a Bachelor of Economics and an LLB. He continued on as a New Israel Fund fellow and completed his Master’s degree in International and Environmental Law. He has published over 20 articles surrounding Middle Eastern environmental policy and water security. In 2008, the founders of EcoPeace Middle East were named Heroes of the Environment by Time Magazine.

Gidon is one of our #100WaterHeroes for co-founding the only regional organisation that connects Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli environmentalists who seek to promote sustainable development and foster peace in the Middle East.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/gidon-bromberg-276504

Twitter@gidonb

100 Water Heroes: Stephen Leahy

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Environmental Journalist and Author

Stephen Leahy is a celebrated environmental journalist and author with over 20 years experience covering global environmental issues. His book, Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts Behind Our Thirst for Earth’s Most Precious Resource, was named Canada's Best Science Book of 2014, “for it’s clarity, relevance and powerful infographics.”

From 2009-2015, Stephen worked as a Senior Science and Environment Correspondent at Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS), the world’s biggest non-profit news agency. In addition to his work with IPS, Stephen has written articles for numerous prominent publications throughout the world, such as National Geographic News, The Guardian (UK), Vice, New Scientist and dozens more.

Stephen’s extensive list of achievements also includes being co-founder of the award-winning Climate News Mosaic, an alliance of international journalists reporting on climate change. In 2012, he was the co-winner of the prestigious United Nations Global Media Prize for outstanding coverage of climate change and other environmental issues.

Stephen is one of our #100WaterHeroes for dedicating his career to spotlighting international environmental issues, and for using his platform to raise awareness of the invisible water in everything we consume.

Twitter: @StephenLeahy

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/stephenleahy

Website: https://stephenleahy.net/

100 Water Heroes: Yu Xiaogang

Environmentalist  

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Yu Xiaogang is a Chinese Environmentalist who has pioneered cutting-edge watershed management programmes to assist local communities who have been displaced by dam construction. As a result of his work in this field, social impact assessments are now included in mass development projects.

Yu became involved in watershed programmes after writing a social impact assessment as part of his PhD thesis on a dam built at Lashi Lake. This particular dam destroyed the area’s ecosystem, devastating the livelihoods of local fishermen and farmers.

In collaboration with the local community, government and private entrepreneurs, Yu rejuvenated the area, making it one of China’s top 10 sustainable developments. To achieve this, Yu put together a local watershed management committee, a fishery association, poverty alleviation programmes and road-building projects.

At the core of his work, Yu believes in empowering local villagers and does so by involving them in workshops and training programmes. In 2004, he brought 5 village representatives to a UN symposium on dam issues in Beijing. When speaking on the involvement of local communities, Yu stated:

“Having villager participation forever changed the history of the dam decision-making process. In the past, affected peoples were silenced. They had no voice in what happened to them and had to accept decisions made by the government and dam companies.”

Yu is one of our #100WaterHeroes for his development of revolutionary watershed management programmes, and for empowering local communities to be involved in dam decision-making processes.

100 Water Heroes: Ma Jun

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Founder and Director of the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE)

Ma Jun is an environmentalist, author, environmental consultant and journalist. Currently, he is the Director of the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE) which, under his leadership produced the China Water Pollution Map - the first public database of information surrounding water pollution in China. In addition to his work with IPE, he is also the Environmental Consultant for the Sinosphere Corporation.

Prior to working with IPE, Ma was a respected journalist or the South China Morning Post (SCMP) from 1993-2000. During his time at SCMP, he wrote an array of environmentally-focused articles, and was later appointed as the chief representative of SCMP.com in Beijing.

In 1999, Ma wrote a book entitled China’s Water Crisis, the first book to deal at length with China’s environmental crisis. In 2006, Ma was named on Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People. He was also awarded the Goldman Prize in 2012, for his contributions towards publicising China’s environmental information.

Ma is one of our #100WaterHeroes for leading the development of the China Pollution Map Database, and for using his platform to raise awareness of the nation’s environmental issues.

IPE Website

100 Water Heroes: Lisa Genasci

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Founder and CEO of ADM Capital Foundation

Lisa Genasci is the Founder and CEO of ADM Capital Foundation (ADMCF) that “provides support to some of Asia’s most marginalised children and works to combat intransigent environmental challenges.” ADMCF works with 28 NGO partners across 8 Asian countries, providing strategic funding and various other means of support. Their core focus is to further environmental conservation initiatives throughout Asia “in a manner that is sustainable and sensitive to local cultures.”

Prior to launching ADMFC, Lisa worked at the Associated Press for 10 years and, during her time there, served 3 years as a correspondent in Rio de Janeiro, 3 years on the AP foreign desk in New York and 4 years as a financial reporter. In addition to obtaining her BA degree, she also completed an LLM in Human Rights Law.

When reflecting on ADMCF’s vision, Lisa stated:

"Our goal is to enhance what exists, be impact-driven. We want to provide not just finance but strategic engagement, housing, whatever is necessary … we start always with the need."

In all of their work, ADMCF seeks to combat environmental degradation by supporting initiatives related to marine ecology, water security, air quality, wildlife trade and forestry conservation finance.

Through her work with ADMCF, Lisa has committed herself to combating climate change and environmental degradation throughout Asia. This makes her one of our #100WaterHeroes.

Twitter: @genascihk

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/lisa-genasci-35ab7640

Blog: genascihk.wordpress.com  

100 Water Heroes: Mei Ng

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Chairperson of Friends of the Earth (HK)

Mei Ng is the Chairperson of Friends of the Earth (HK), a charitable organisation founded in 1983, and one of Hong Kong’s most renowned environmentalist groups.

Friends of the Earth (HK) works on protecting the environment and “offers equitable solutions to help create environmentally sustainable public policies, business practices and community lifestyles.” Their focus is on actively engaging governments, businesses and local communities to live sustainably and act responsibly.

Mei has been involved with Friends of the Earth (HK) for over 26 years, and has widespread experience in environmental protection and public services. She initially volunteered at Friends of the Earth, and continued on as their Executive Director for 14 years. In 2000, the UN awarded her the Global 500 Laureate for her environmentalist contributions. She was also appointed as the China Environment Envoy by China’s National Environment Bureau.

Mei is one of our #100WaterHeroes for her work with Friends of the Earth, and her extensive contribution achieving environmental sustainability in Hong Kong.

Friends of the Earth (HK) Website

100 Water Heroes: Rachel Pang Hoi Yan

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Founder of Water for Free

Rachel Pang Hoi Yan is the Founder of Water for Free, an NGO to identifies and encourages the use of water dispensaries throughout Hong Kong city.

Rachel was first introduced to environmentalism after developing a breathing problem as a result of the smog in Beijing, where she worked at the time. Rachel then partook in a range of environmental campaigns whenever she had the time, and launched her full-time career in conservation in 2016.

Under Rachel’s leadership, Water for Free has been developing an app that identifies free water dispensaries throughout Hong Kong, showing the location of over 1300 water fountains. By making free, clean water more accessible, Rachel hopes to discourage and reduce bottled water consumption.

Water for Free has also been focused on lobbying the government to install more water fountains throughout the city, in places such as museums, libraries and public transport hubs.

Rachel is one of our #100WaterHeroes because of her proactive approach to reducing plastic waste by making clean water easily accessible to the people of Hong Kong.

Water for Free Facebook

Water for Free App

100 Water Heroes: Aabid Surti

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Founder of the Drop Dead Foundation

Aabid Surti is the Founder of the one-man NGO, Drop Dead Foundation (DDF), which fixes leaking taps in residential houses in Mumbai, free of charge.

He read a newspaper article in 2007 that explained that a tap that dripped once every second would lead to the waste of over 1000 litres of water a month. When he became aware of the severity of the looming global water crisis, he was incentivised to found Drop Dead, which uses the tagline, “save every drop, or drop dead.” He hired a plumber, and together, they visit houses to replace the gasket on leaking faucets.

Before he added environmentalist to his list of achievements, Aabid was already a prolific National award-winning author of over 80 books, as well as a screenwriter, cartoonist and artist. Since starting his water-saving initiatives, he was been nominated for the CNN-IBN CJ ‘Be The Change’ Award in 2010, organised the DDF short film competition to raise awareness on water conservation and had his project featured on multiple national and international media platforms.

Aabid is one of our #100waterheroes for taking the unwavering commitment to making water-saving changes in his own community, one tap at a time.

Website: http://aabidsurti.in/#

100 Water Heroes: Prof. Priyanand Agale

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Founder and President of Eco Needs Foundation

Professor Priyanand Agale is the Founder and President of the Eco Needs Foundation, “an organisation of young people striving for environmental conservation and an Eco Revolution.” Under Priyanand’s leadership, they were able to transform Dhanora Village into India’s first smart village.

The Eco Needs Foundation has identified five specific facets of development that are necessary for the creation of a smart village:

  • Redevelopment: Changing the layout of the village it’s built environment with new planning and infrastructure.

  • Retrofitting: Improving the overall aesthetic by adding colour to existing structures and modifying the elevation of buildings.

  • Greenfield: Following sustainable development practices

  • e-Pan: The application of smart solutions to improve existing infrastructure; using technology and data to improve infrastructure and services

  • Livelihood: Improving overall living standards by creating employment opportunities through these endeavours.

In conjunction with his work at the Eco Needs Foundation, Priyanand has also pioneered a series of Eco Revolution conferences throughout Asia, many of which have resulted in important environmental commitments by conference participants. For instance, the 2011 India Eco Revolution Conference resulted in the Aurangabad Declaration for River Conservation.

Priyanand is one of our #100WaterHeroes for working towards environmental sustainability and leading the development of India’s first smart village.

Twitter: @AgaleProf

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/priyanand-agale-13434717

100 Water Heroes: Dr. P.K Mishra

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Director of the Indian Association of Soil and Water Conservationists

Dr. P.K Mishra is the Director of the Indian Association of Soil and Water Conservationists (IASWC), an NGO that seeks to “encourage wise land use planning and conservation of soil and water resources so that these basic resources can be utilised to sustain mankind.” Since 1973, IASWC has published the Indian Journal of Soil Conservation, a journal that explores research ranging from degraded land management to agroforestry. Under P.K’s directorship, IASWC has become a respected coalition of “scientists, conservation professionals, administrators and policy makers in assessing the need for soil and water conservation and watershed management.”

Prior to his work with IASWC, P.K graduated from Orissa Orissa University of Agriculture with an M. Tech in Soil and Water Conservation Engineering. He continued on to obtain his PhD in Agricultural Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology. In addition to his impressive academic qualifications, P.K has over 30 years experience of field research. He has over 220 publications, including 64 journal publications, 10 books and 39 book chapters.

P.K’s main focus has been drought management and the documentation of indigenous technical knowledge, as well as the development of research watersheds and climate change research initiatives. During his time as the Secretary of Indian Society of Dryland Agriculture (ISDA), P.K organised the “National Symposium on Climate Change and Rainfed Agriculture” in Hyderabad.

P.K is one of our #100WaterHeroes for his work with the Indian Association of Social and Water Conservation, and for dedicating his career to achieving environmental sustainability in India.

Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pk_Mishra3/info

100 Water Heroes: Subash Chandra Reddy

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Founder and Director of SMARAN

Subash Chandra Reddy is the Founder and Director of SMARAN, an environmental NGO that seeks to “promote natural resource base livelihoods for poor and rural communities and to protect and manage the environment and natural resources with major emphasis on water.” Subash has committed his life and career to environmentalism, with a particular focus on water conservation.

Under Subash’s leadership, SMARAN has successfully been involved in an array of water conservation programmes, including check dam renovations and rainwater harvesting (RWH) projects. SMARAN operates out of Hyderabad, an area particularly affected by drought, and assists farmers in running successful farms through the use of alternative forms of water collection. SMARAN is also involved in an variety of other community upliftment and water saving projects, such as micro-watershed development, nursery raising and RWH in impoverished areas.

Through his work with SMARAN, Subash aims to rejuvenate drought-stricken Hyderabad by implementing RWH throughout society, allowing the local community to self-sustainably manage their own water.

Subash is one of our #100WaterHeroes because of his focus on creating self-sufficient communities through the incorporation of rainwater harvesting

Twitter: @SubhashRedd9

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/subash-reddy

100 Water Heroes: Dr. Vandana Shiva

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Environmental Leader

Dr. Vandana Shiva is a renowned academic, author, environmental activist and food sovereignty advocate in India. Vandana is based in Dehli, and serves on the board of the International Forum on Globalisation.

Much of Vandana’s career and life has been dedicated to “the defence and celebration of biodiversity and indigenous knowledge,” leading to her being named an Environmental Hero by Time magazine. Varadana looks to the last 40 years of unsustainable practices and technologies as a predominant contributor to India’s water crisis, and sees this as representative of the global water crisis.

Prior to her work as an environmentalist, Vandana obtained her Master's degree at Panjab University, moving on to work at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. She continued her academic career in Canada, where she earned her Masters in the Philosophy of Science at the University of Guelph. Vandana was awarded her PhD in Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario in 1978. Vandana then moved into interdisciplinary research surrounding science, technology and environmental policy.

In addition to a highly impressive career in academia, Vandana has published over 20 books. Her most recent publication is entitled Making Peace with the Earth (2013), a book that examines the destructive environmental impact of globalisation, arguing that a “shift to earth-centered politics and economics” is necessary for the earth’s restoration.

Vandana is one of our #100WaterHeroes for her fearless dedication to environmental advocacy, and encouragement of biodiversity and traditional knowledge.

Twitter: Dr. Vandana Shiva

100 Water Heroes: Samir Mehta

South Asia Program Director at International Rivers

Based in Mumbai, Samir Mehta is the South Asia Program Director at International Rivers, and works with partners in the region to campaign against the building of harmful dams in the Himalayas. His expertise centre around informing public policy to declare and protect ecologically vulnerable areas in South Asia.

International Rivers works with a network of global water advocates to “stop destructive dams and promote water and energy solutions for a just and sustainable world.” Their work focuses on protecting vital rivers and the people who depend on them. Their work is based largely in Latin America, Asia and Africa, where they combat destructive dam construction and encourage more sustainable solutions.

Prior to his work with International Rivers, Samir attained a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics and began a career in IT. However, after becoming involved in environmental advocacy in the west, his career focus shifted and he got his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University. Samir then worked with the Bombay Environmental Action Group for 17 years, where he was involved in environmental, town and regional planning and policy-making.

Samir is one of our #100WaterHeroes because of his leadership of the International Rivers’ South Asia Program, and for dedicating his career to environmental sustainability in India.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/samir-mehta-1100b18

100 Water Heroes: Dr. Rajendra Singh

Founder and Chairman of Tarun Bharat Sangh

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Widely known as the Waterman of India, Dr. Rajendra Singh is a respected water conservationist and environmentalist from Rajasthan, India. In 1975, Rajendra founded Tarun Bharat Sangh (TBS), an NGO that focuses on ecological research and land development, aiming to provide fresh, clean water to local inhabitants. Using johad, rainwater storage tanks, check dams, and both traditional and modern techniques, TBS has transformed water access in over 1000 villages, and revived five rivers in Rajasthan, Arvari, Ruparel, Sarsa, Bhagani and Jahaj Wali.

In 2009, Rajendra was awarded the prestigious Stockholm Water Prize for his life’s work of “building social capacity to solve local water problems through participatory action, empowerment of women, linking indigenous know-how with modern scientific and technical approaches and upending traditional patterns of development, resource use, and social norms” (Cele, 2015).  

Rajendra is an Ayurvedic medicine graduate, with a postgraduate degree in Hindi literature. He currently serves as Chairman of TBS and is actively involved in a wide range of water-related NGOs and initiatives throughout the world.

Rajendra is one of our #100WaterHeroes for his prolific work in water conservation and environmentalism, and for being the Waterman of India.

Twitter: @watermanofindia

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/waterman.of.india/


100 Water Heroes: Cindy Wallis-Lage

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President, Global Water Business at Black & Veatch

Today we are honouring Cindy Wallis-Lage as one of our #100WaterHeroes. Currently, Cindy is President of Black & Veatch’s water business. Black & Veatch are a engineering, consulting and construction company and, when named president of their water division in 2012, Cindy became the 100-year-old company’s first woman president of a functional division. In addition to being president of their water business, Cindy also serves on Black & Veatch’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

Cindy is a highly influential thought leader on Water - she has unified many global players around Sustainable Development Goal 6, as she leads over 2,700 professionals in more than 75 offices throughout the world. Cindy’s expertise in water reuse and treatment are renowned throughout the industry, as she has been involved in over 100 global water projects in both municipal and industrial sectors.

Cindy’s experience in the water sector include being on the Board of Directors for both the US Water Alliance, as well as for the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation. Prior to this, Cindy also served as Chief of the Water Technology Group, “a team of technical experts focused on the development, selection and implementation of innovative and sustainable solutions in four treatment process areas – water, wastewater, residuals and operations.”

Cindy is one of our #100WaterHeroes because of her expertise in the treatment and reuse of water and wastewater, as well as her longstanding commitment to achieving SDG6.

Twitter: @CWL_BVWater

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/cindy-wallis-lage-540181b