AWWEE invites you for an evening discussion at the East Bay Municipal Utility District’s (EBMUD) Administration Building
EBMUD supplies water to 1.3 million people, provides wastewater treatment for 650,000 people, and generates renewable energy at its hydropower and cogeneration facilities. Led by some of EBMUD’s key staff, we will explore the District’s day-to-day operations, discuss how the District and others develop long-range plans to supply our water, and learn about an innovative waste to energy project EBMUD is executing on the wastewater side of the business.
6:00-6:30pm - Refreshments and networking
6:30-8:00pm - Presentations, Q&A
8:00-8:30pm - Refreshments and networking
Katy Foulkes, Director at EBMUD. Katy will provide a District overview and introduce the panel. Katy Foulkes was first elected to the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors in 1994 and served as EBMUD Board President from 2000-2002. Long active in community affairs, Katy also served two terms on the Piedmont City Council, including one as mayor. Currently, she serves on the Alameda County Local Agency Formation Commission representing special districts, and represents EBMUD on joint powers agencies with the Sacramento area and the counties of Amador, Calaveras and Alpine. She is Vice-Chair of Region 5 of the Association of California Water Agencies and is a member of their state board. Katy is also Vice-President of the Alameda Chapter of California Special Districts Association, is Co-Chair of the Bay Area Water Forum, active in the National Women's Political Caucus, Alameda-North, and is a board member of the Pardee Home Foundation. A graduate of University of California Berkeley, Foulkes is Past-President of the Berkeley-Oakland-Piedmont Chapter of the Cal Alumni Association.
The panel will include:
Registration: This event is free to members and $35 for non-members.
AWWEE will provide light refreshments and beverages.