Business Systems Analyst and Project Manager
Elizabeth is a utility management services lead with water, wastewater and stormwater utility experience in operational optimization and efficiency studies, asset management, strategic planning, and operational gap analyses. As a project manager, she has delivered technical work across multiple lines of business through the use of facilitated workshops to utilities in the Pacific Northwest as well as across the U.S.
As someone focused on planning and implementation, Elizabeth is interested in the junction between resilience, environmental health, and system performance to ultimately deliver high-quality services to customers. Many activities in successful utility planning in these areas overlap, and she is excited to help utilities maximize the advantages of this cross-over.
Elizabeth is actively involved in a number of associations, including the local chapter of the Water Environment Federation and the Institute for Asset Management, which has endorsed her as an Asset Management Practitioner. Every year, she presents at regional and national conferences, from American Water Works Association-WEF’s Short School for Operators in Western Washington to WEF’s national conference, WEFTEC.