From Suits to Steel Toe Boots: Interaction with California’s Stormwater Program Managers

Date / Time:
Tuesday, Sep 16 3:45pm to 5:25pm
Location:
Grand Ballroom G
Track / Session:
Description/Abstract: 

20-25 minute introduction – Panelist Background, Current Position/Job and one key issue they see in Construction Program Management
45 minutes – Questions, issues and thoughts posed by moderator and answered by panelist and audience (Focus of the questions will be on real world problems SW or Construction Program PM’s face on a daily basis)
20-25 minutes – Questions from audience

Primary Speaker:
Julia Nussbaum, Stanford University
Julia Nussbaum is the Senior Environmental Engineer in Stanford University’s Utilities Services Environmental Quality and Water Efficiency group (since 2012). She worked in engineering consulting from 2006 through 2012 focusing on environmental remediation, environmental compliance, pollution prevention, and stormwater. She is a California licensed civil engineer with a BS degree in Environmental Engineering from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo (2006). At Stanford, she enjoys her work with stormwater, wastewater, and drinking water program compliance and management. Ms. Nussbaum enjoys spending time with her husband and son as well as swimming with the Stanford Masters Swim Club.
Supporting Speaker 1:
Lisa Haney, Orange County Sanitation District
Supporting Speaker 2:
Isabella Johannes, PG&E
Supporting Speaker 3:
Chandra Thomas, Riverside County