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So, until next time, keep up the great work, workforce!
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Jim Ginley is an independent consultant with more
than 30 years of experience in the municipal water
sector, including more than 16 years on the AWWA
staff in Denver. Ginley specializes in strategic planning,
benchmarking, organizational assessments, workshop
and session facilitation, and training. He is a member and past chair
of the AWWA Strategic Management Practices Committee and serves
on the WEF Utility Management Committee. He also developed and
co-chairs the Rocky Mountain Utility Management Committee.
Cindy Goodburn is an independent consultant specializing
in workforce development and leadership coaching,
and consulting businesses focused on designing
innovative and effective workforce programs and developing
leaders for the future water workforce. She has
more than 30 years’ experience in the wastewater industry as a member
of the executive management team for the South Platte Water Renewal
Partners. She is Co-Chair of the Rocky Mountain AWWA/WEA Joint
Utility Management Committee, and serves on the WEF Workforce
Sustainability Committee, AWWA Workforce Strategies Committee.
Richard Gerstberger, P.E., is President of TAP Resource
Development Group Inc., an organizational development,
training, coaching and management consulting
firm. He has over 35 years of local government experience,
including Assistant City Manager, Public Works
Director and Director of Utility Operations. He is chair of the WEF
Utility Management Committee’s Workforce Sustainability Subcommittee,
a member of AWWA’s Workforce Sustainability committee and
a member of several Rocky Mountain Section committees.