Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Time to Renew Memberships!

It's time to renew Women of Water memberships!

Thank you all for being part of Women of Water and contributing to our mission to Engage, Empower, Educate women in the water industry. We have some great events planned for this next year and hope you join us again!

As we begin to move towards more in-person events, we will alternate between virtual and in-person events to balance the benefit of in-person connections with including as many people as possible via virtual events.

We have several membership options (individual, corporate, with pre-paid events, without pre-paid events, etc.). 

You can renew your membership (or join for the first time!) via our Membership Form.

For any membership questions or concerns, please contact womenofwater@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

April Event - 2022 Legislative Update

Join us for the Women of Water's virtual discussion on water and relevant issues during the 2022 legislative session. 

Speaker: Rachel Anderson, Fabian VanCott

Rachel Anderson is an attorney practicing at the law firm of Fabian VanCott, in Salt Lake City. Her practice focuses on Utah local government law, where she serves as general counsel to local districts and special service districts across the state of Utah. These districts provide services such as fire and emergency medical services, waste and recycling, water and sewer, parks and recreation, mosquito abatement, and more. In this role, she is able to provide legal services related to areas such as government operation, employment law, real estate, contracts, legislation, and water law. Rachel also serves private clients in areas of real estate and water law.

Date: Thursday, April 28th 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST

Please RSVP to the Evite or email womenofwater@gmail.com

The event will be held via Zoom - the link will be sent out the day of the event to those who RSVP.

Sunday, November 21, 2021

November Event - Modeling and Mapping Flood Risk

Modeling and Mapping Flood Risk | Rachel Mares

Flood risk affects our lives whether we live in a high desert, prairie, or rainy coastline. Understanding where flood risk exists and how high that risk is helps communities to mitigate loss of life and property. This presentation will be an overview of how flood risk is modeled and mapped on watershed and county-wide scales using 2D modeling methods.

Rachel manages the Water Resources service line in the Salt Lake City office at Wood Environment & Infrastructure. She has 6 years of professional engineering experience in the areas of watershed and urban stormwater hydrology and hydraulics (H&H), statistical frequency analyses, and geographical information systems (GIS). When not going cross-eyed looking at 2D model meshes, Rachel enjoys taking in the beautiful Utah landscapes on skis, a bike, or trail running shoes.

Date: Nov. 23rd, 12:00pm-1:00pm

Please RSVP to the Evite or email womenofwater@gmail.com. 

Visit here for Rachel's presentation slides and here for a recording of the presentation.  

AWWA Event - Women in Water

 

Women in Water –

Inform. Influence. Impact.

December 3, 2021

9:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M. MT

AWWA is proud to promote women that are impacting the water sector and has highlighted these professionals in a series of events in 2021, themed as Inform. Influence. Impact. Building on the success of the first two webinars, this last webinar concludes the series. This virtual event will welcome everyone, from students to professionals and their advocates, and will focus on the impact of female water professionals.

 

This conclusive women’s event is devoted to all three topics of Inform. Influence. Impact. With an increasing number of well-known organizations appointing female CEOs, the trend towards women in leadership positions seems to be on the rise. In fact, there are more women running Fortune 500 businesses today than at any point in the 63-year history of the Fortune 500. Women in leadership will have a long-term impact in their organizations and on young professionals.

 

The objective of the event is to celebrate the impact of diversity in the water industry, including broad economic and local financial benefits, improved brand impression and satisfaction, increased performance, and to encourage more women to join the water sector. Not to mention, women can be part of the workforce solution utilities need to meet growing demands for water and sanitation services and to achieve the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal 6, to “ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.”

 

Attendees will learn from speakers from the areas of manufacturing, regulation, education and utility leadership.

For an Individual Registration: $75 Member/$120 Nonmember
For a Group Registration: 
$255 Member/$370 Nonmember

This webinar is included in the Individual Annual Subscription