If I had to pick one recent day that encapsulates a Day in the Life of DC Water, a good candidate would be Tuesday, April 9. In the span of a few hours we celebrated the launch of one of the most ambitious and expensive projects in our history, and then met with ratepayers
They were probably the most unusual job interviews we’ve ever conducted at DC Water. Each of the candidates was asked to don a large foam suit covered in blue fabric and – as the announcement described it – “showcase their talents and perform some non-verbal movement.” That might not sound all that appealing to
I have often spoken to audiences about how similar DC Water is to a private company. Our ratepayers to me are parallel to stockholders, and we have to do everything we can to maximize the service and efficiency of what we offer them. While not providing dividends or profits, we can translate improved financial
Pouring on the Public Diplomacy The Washington Post profile on the public change we are seeking to drive at DC Water.
I’ll be speaking at the Town Hall speaker series in Cleveland Ohio on October 26, 2009. The presentation is titled, “Cowboys, Spacemen, Global Warming and a Theory of Almost Everything.” The hour-long presentation presents my views on the cultural shift that is happening today in our country, coupled with overviews of planning and legal history