Great Lakes Water Equity Congressional Briefing: Tuesday March 6, 2018

    Please join the US Water Alliance and the Northeast-Midwest Institute for a congressional briefing and report launch for:
     
    An Equitable Water Future:
    Opportunities for the Great Lakes Region
     
    Congressional Briefing and Report Release
    Tuesday, March 6, 2018
    2:30-3:30 pm
     
    House Transportation Committee Room 2167
    Rayburn House Office Building
    Washington, DC
    RSVP HERE
     
    As a place that is rich in water resources, and also the location of some of the most serious water crises in recent American history, the Great Lakes region exemplifies the challenges and opportunities inherent in our water systems. It is also home to inspiring leaders and a hotbed of rich solutions for addressing water and equity challenges. Please join the US Water Alliance and the Northeast-Midwest Institute for a congressional briefing showcasing top utility, community, and philanthropic leaders discussing the latest innovations from the Great Lakes region that are forging progress in providing access to affordable and safe water and wastewater services, and how cross-sector partnerships are driving revitalization, job growth, and economic development.       
    Moderator: Radhika Fox, CEO, US Water Alliance
     
    Speakers:
    • SeMia Bray, Director, Emerald Cities Cleveland 
    • Elizabeth Cisar, Senior Program Officer for the Environment Program, Joyce Foundation 
    • Josina Morita, Commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago 
    • Kevin Shafer, Executive Director, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District