DENVER — The latest speaker announced for the Water in the West Symposium brings high level international water and development expertise, offering a glimpse into the recently announced U.S. Global Water Strategy.
Closing remarks for the Symposium will come from Maura Barry who manages the U.S. Global Water Strategy, a White House initiative, managed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department of State. Barry and has implemented programs such as Water for the World and Feed the Future during her time at USAID and will offer insights into how the US is engaging in international water work, and how these efforts related to the American West.
Barry has worked in international development for 30+ years and is Senior Deputy Assistant to the Administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security and Agency Global Water Coordinator.
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The Water in the West Symposium will focus on global successes and solutions in water and how these solutions might be applied in the American West. The Symposium will be hosted over two days, beginning with a keynote lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 2 and concluding at noon on Thursday, Nov. 3. Attendees will enjoy locally sourced food and drink at a reception the evening of Nov. 2, hosted at CSU Spur in conjunction with Regenerate 2022. Don’t miss a tour of Spur!
The Symposium will be hosted at the Seawell Ballroom in downtown Denver, with virtual options available; to view the agenda and speaker list, and to register, visit csuspur.org/witw.
–Colorado State University