2019—2020 Priorities: A State Water Board Member's Perspective

Water is a precious resource and water management is a complicated, contentious, and ultimately collaborative task. As stewards of the public trust and public health; and regulators of water quality, water rights, and drinking water; the State Water Board will consider actions on multiple issues of significance in California over the next few years. The successful outcomes of these efforts greatly depend on public, academia, and stakeholder engagement in working together to resolve long-standing water challenges.

Topic: 2019–2020 Priorities: A State Water Board Member's Perspective
Speakers: Tam M. Doduc, P.E.,
State Water Resources Control Board Member
When: Friday, April 12, 2019, 12 p.m.–1 p.m.
Where: University Library, 2000 State University Drive, Library 11


About the Speaker
Tam Doduc, P.E.Tam M. Doduc is the Professional Civil Engineer Member on the State Water Resources Control Board. The five-member State Water Board allocates water rights and adjudicates water right disputes, develops statewide policies and regulations for water quality protection, establishes statewide standards for safe drinking water, provides water-related financial assistance, and guides the nine Regional Water Boards located in California's major watersheds. Tam has a Bachelor of Science in BioEngineering from the University of California at Berkeley, a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the California State University in Sacramento, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley.