Join us for our next meeting on Wednesday, August 21 at Republic in Takoma Park, Md. Our agenda will include a conversation about bodily autonomy, a set of stories about stepping outside of your comfort zone, and a Q&A with Hye Yeong Kwon, Executive Director of the Center for Watershed Protection.
Please arrive between 6:30 and 7 p.m. for snacks and small talk before the meeting begins. Newcomers welcome!
About Hye Yeong Kwon
As the Executive Director, Hye Yeong’s responsibilities include organizational management, fund-raising, and program development. Hye Yeong joined the Center for Watershed Protection in 1996 and combines her education and training to help lead the center toward a multi-disciplinary strategy to protect and restore watersheds throughout the country. Her project experience has included a wide range of subjects, including illicit discharge detection and elimination, environmentally sensitive site design, watershed planning, green jobs, and consensus building. Hye Yeong has a B.S. in Biology, an M.S. in Management, and an MBA.
About the Center for Watershed Protection
The Center for Watershed Protection’s mission is to protect and restore our streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, and bays. Their experienced staff of scientists, planners, and environmental professionals are the technical experts who help municipalities, advocates, policymakers, and citizens get clean water projects in the ground. Founded in 1992, the center began as a nonprofit organization dedicated to research and education on watersheds. With an initial focus on protecting urban streams from the impacts of land development, the organization has grown over the years to become a national leader on stormwater management and watershed planning.
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