Greg is President of The Water Finance Research Foundation and a financial management and infrastructure asset management specialist for municipalities and water and sewer districts. He is focused on helping governments and utilities improve the cost effectiveness of their operations and the affordability of water and sewer services through the use of technology and asset management practices. Greg is an advisor to the GFOA capital planning committee and is on the 21st Budgeting task force. Greg actively serves as Chair of the sustainable infrastructure committee with the American Water Works Association and is a member of the rates and charges and asset management committees. He is appointed to the American Public Works Association’s engineering & technology committee and for the American Society of Civil Engineers he is the Chair of the water asset management committee. Greg participates as a member of the ISO 251 technical committee working on the integration of finance and infrastructure asset management to increase awareness of the aging water infrastructure crisis and the need for life cycle cost analysis and integrated technologies. Greg has served as a municipal finance officer in California and as the CFO of Colorado’s third largest municipal utility. He has worked for some top water engineering firms, including MWH (now Stantec) and GHD, in financial, asset management and affordability engagements. Greg is widely published on municipal utility infrastructure asset management and integrated finance issues for the U.S. and Canadian water and wastewater industry.