Clean Water Advocate

Elevating Clean Water Utilities Through Strategic Communications

One of the keys for the clean water sector in “claiming the high ground” is to ensure that we are constantly and effectively communicating the value we provide to our local communities on a regular basis.

In line with this, as part of this edition of the NACWA Advocate, we are taking a deeper look at the role of communications for the clean water sector. With the vexing challenges facing the sector today, enhanced communications is more critical than ever before.

We catch up with two utility executives that leverage communications as a function of their executive teams; and sit down for an interview with a national communications and leadership expert who shares valuable insights from experiences both inside and outside the fence of a clean water agency.

Read on to learn why “communications should have a seat at the table.”

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