Jennifer Pierre is an expert in water supply and restoration management. As general manager, Pierre oversees the execution of the SWC’s objectives and overall operations. Pierre leads SWC’s participation in developing the framework for the state’s management of water supply and ecological issues within the Delta. Additionally, Pierre manages coordination with the CA Department of Water Resources regarding daily SWP operations, statewide water supply management, and the programs, policies and regulations affecting SWP. Prior to SWC, Jennifer served as a principal of ICF International, where she led critical elements of CA WaterFix.
Stefanie Morris has served as SWC’s General Counsel since joining the organization in November 2013. Specializing in California water law, Morris has extensive experience in water rights, groundwater adjudications, and litigation.
As general counsel, she represents SWC in all legal matters and on legal and policy issues at public meetings, coordinating with other public water agencies, and before the SWRCB, and other regulatory agencies. She also manages and supervises outside attorneys engaged by SWC and works with the attorneys representing SWC member agencies.
Eric Chapman, a licensed civil engineer, has served as SWC’s Principal Engineer since 2003. Eric works closely with the Department of Water Resources and SWC member agencies to advance solutions across a broad spectrum of categories, including: finance, information and control systems, technology and business development, as well as SWP engineering, construction, operations and maintenance activities.
Allison Febbo is a hydrologist with over 17 years of professional experience in California water resource management. She has served as a Water Resource Specialist with SWC more than 10 years, providing technical expertise on statewide issues that affect the State Water Project’s ability to store, export, and deliver water supply. Additionally, she performs technical analyses of water supply operations under varying infrastructure, hydrologic conditions, and regulatory conditions.
Tim Haines has more than 20 years of professional experience in the power industry having worked for utilities, consulting firms, and the California International Organization for Standardization. In his role, Haines is responsible for establishing and achieving SWC Board of Directors’ energy and risk goals and objectives, and serves as the authority within the industry and with state and federal regulatory agencies.
The State Water Contractors (SWC) are seeking a dynamic, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic scientist and project manager with a proven track record, to serve as its Science Manager. Under the General Manager’s supervision, the Science Manager is responsible for managing current and future science projects and related efforts. The Science Manager will also represent SWC in other forums pursuing and reviewing ecosystem science issues relative to the California Bay-Delta.
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