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These interviews, comprise a series, written/conducted by AWRA Past President Martha Narvaez, celebrating the role of AWRA Women in Water Resources.
- Women in Water Resources Blog – Introduction
- AWRA Women in Water Resources Interview – Arlene Dietz, AWRA’s First Woman President (1987)
- AWRA Women in Water Resources Interview – Brenda Bateman – Administrator, Technical Services Division, Oregon Water Resources Department and current AWRA Board Member
- AWRA Women in Water Resources Interview – Jane Rowan – Senior Principal Scientist with Normandeau Associates, Inc.
- AWRA Women in Water Resources Interview – Carol Collier – Senior Advisor, Watershed Management & Policy, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
- AWRA Women in Water Resources Interview – Lisa Beutler – Executive Facilitator, MWH now part of Stantec