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Webinar: Diversity in California Water Webinar CUWA’s DEI Toolkit and Lessons Learned
February 16, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Continuing our Diversity in California Water webinar series, two California water leaders will share lessons learned to support DEI efforts within their agencies. The agencies are members of the California Urban Water Agencies (CUWA).
CUWA has developed a DEI Toolkit for water and wastewater agencies to help support their diversity programs. The toolkit shares ideas and progress stories to support the development of DEI programs in California’s water sector.
The toolkit summarizes best practices from member agencies, including: sharing lessons learned through DEI program implementation; compile resources/examples; and complement broader frameworks.
Join the webinar early at 11:50 a.m. to hear one of CWEA’s new Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Openers (called a “JEDI-Opener”).
Established in 1990, the California Urban Water Agencies (CUWA) is a non-profit corporation of 11 major urban water agencies that are responsible for serving drinking water to about two-thirds of California’s population. As the collective voice for the largest urban water purveyors in California, CUWA provides a technical perspective to promote common understanding and consensus solutions among the urban water community.
Moderator: Dale Hunter, California African American Water Education Foundation
- Alejandra Haro, Alameda County Water District
- Monique Earl, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power