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3/12/2013
When: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
2:00 PM CST
Where: online webinar


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Join us for this FREE, how-to tweet at WATERCON2013 webinar

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 2:00pm CST via GoToWebinar

Presenters:


Abby Crisostomo, Metropolitan Planning Council

Abby is an associate for the water resources program at the Metropolitan Planning Council, where she focuses primarily on environmental planning with an emphasis on water resources policy, planning and management. Some of her current work includes leading a project to provide technical assistance on water conservation to the Northwest Water Planning Alliance in Chicago’s far northwest suburbs, managing content and outreach for the What Our Water’s Worth campaign, and coordinating a property-level green infrastructure project in a south suburb of Chicago.Abby received her bachelor’s degree in law, letters and society from the University of Chicago and her master’s degree in urban planning and policy, with concentrations in community development and environmental policy, from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she was named the urban planning and policy student of the year. Abby is also on the board of Women in Planning + Development, and an active member of the American Planning Association Illinois Chapter Diversity Committee.

 

Pam Broviak
Pam Broviak is a licensed professional engineer experienced in municipal engineering and public works. She currently manages the Public Works Group, an online resource offering information related to public works, government, and social media. Some of her more recent work has been focused on leveraging online tools to develop education materials for professionals and citizens. Her past work experience includes serving as a public works director, city engineer, building inspector, editor for Public Works Magazine and as an instructor teaching CAD at a community college. Pam earned her Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. She is a member of AWWA and APWA and is a Level 4: Public Works Leadership Fellow (PWLF) in the APWA Donald C. Stone Center for Leadership Excellence in Public Works.

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