Welcome to another thought-provoking and empowering episode of “What Matters Water TV + Podcast”! In this segment, we dive into the world of water management in Southern California with two incredible guests, Heather Dyer and Betsy Miller. These dynamic female leaders are having a positive ripple effect in the San Bernardino Valley with their collaboration and innovative approach to groundwater recharge.
Join us as we explore their remarkable achievements and how their agencies have joined forces to make a significant impact on their community’s water resources. From their “fail fast” mindset to their entrepreneurial spirit, these two general managers of San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District and San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District share their insights on fostering innovation in the water policy field.
But this episode is more than just about water management. It’s about two trailblazing women breaking barriers and excelling in traditionally male-dominated industries. They also open up about their experiences as the only females in professional meetings and how they use their unique perspectives as biologists to drive change.
So whether you’re passionate about water conservation or interested in women’s leadership in science and engineering, this episode is a must-listen. Don’t miss out on this engaging conversation that will leave you motivated and inspired. Join us now on “What Matters Water TV + Podcast” for the ripple effect of collaboration in San Bernardino water management!
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