Registration now open for WaterSmart Innovations Spring Webinar Series
- March 31, 2021
- Posted by: Elaine Coles
- Category: Conferences, Technology & Innovation, Water Issues, North America
The WaterSmart Innovations Conference & Expo has opened registration for a series of free, informative webinars on various topics related to urban water efficiency, to be held on four consecutive Wednesdays beginning April 7.
The webinar series will be held through April 28 and each session will feature three presentations. Sessions begin at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Topics include conservation and incentive programs, marketing and outreach and education.
The webinars follow on a series of similar sessions WSI hosted last fall after event planners cancelled the annual in-person conference and expo due to the coronavirus pandemic. WSI Program Chairman Doug Bennett said a 13th instalment of the live WSI event is on track for October 6-7 in Las Vegas, with a full slate of professional sessions, an expo hall, pre-show workshops, technical tours, and myriad networking opportunities for participants. Registration for WSI is expected to open May 1.
The scheduled WSI Spring Webinar Series include:
- Mark Gentili, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power;
- Jake Powell, Utah State University;
- Matthew Dickens, SCV Water;
- Jonah Schein, U.S. EPA WaterSense Program;
- Tamara Lawless, City of Flagstaff;
- Toby Bickmore, Southern Nevada Water Authority;
- Shelby Ericksen, State of Utah;
- Rhonda Himley, Moulton Niguel Water District;
- Krista Guerrero, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California;
- Michele McKinney, CityWorks;
- Gary Woodard, Water Resources Consulting;
- Debby Figoni, City of Beverly Hills;
- and Elise Goldman, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
Presented by the Southern Nevada Water Authority in partnership with public- and private-sector organizations, the inaugural not-for-profit WSI was held in 2008 and brought together professionals around the issue of urban water efficiency.
With a typical audience of 1,000 attendees from across the country and around the globe, WSI has grown into an event where professionals can share their successful water-efficiency practices, policies, and experiences.
An archive of more than 1,200 professional session presentations from the previous 12 WSI conferences is available at WaterSmartInnovations.com/archive-sessions.php.
To register and for more information, visit WaterSmartInnovations.com