Christa Campbell

Christa is an experienced water industry professional with 20 years of success using and promoting technology to solve problems in the water industry. She is recognized for water industry thought leadership, strategic thinking, and building success with organizations across the globe. She is a passionate GIS advocate, lifelong learner, and collaborator. Christa has a diverse background, with experience in conversion from paper to digital, drafting and design of engineering plans, superfund site remediation, environmental mitigation, managing geographic information systems, and implementation of new technology. She is a certified GIS Professional and holds bachelor’s degrees in Geography & Environmental Studies and a graduate degree in Geography.

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Students’ Solution Protects People from Contaminated Water

An enterprising group of young computer coders in India a low-cost system that can help ensure the safety of water in rural areas.

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Race is On to Remove Lead Pipes from Under the US

New rules have sped up efforts to replace every lead pipe in the US to protect drinking water.

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With an Eye on Every Field in California, Land IQ Watches Water Use

Land IQ measures and monitors water use in key California agricultural counties that are suffering from ongoing drought.

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Students in India Map Ingenious Route to Save People from Contaminated Water

The team of Indian developers that created a water quality prediction tool won the 2021 Call for Code Global Challenge.

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HRSD Gains a New Operational Awareness to Improve Wastewater Operations

HRSD rolls together GIS, BIM, and business intelligence for a contextual awareness of asset management, capital planning, and system performance.

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Water Outage Map Gives Seattle Residents and Staff Crucial Information

Seattle Public Utilities tackled a vexing water shutdown communication creating a map and automation to see more clearly.

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Imagery, Maps Support Management of Precious Water Source in California Desert

Coachella Valley Water District uses GIS to manage its precious aquifer that makes agriculture and cities possible in the desert.

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Dubuque Tackles Chronic Flooding, Restoring Resilience to a Disadvantaged Area

Dubuque uses GIS to solve a chronic flooding problem in an underserved community, ensuring resilience of both infrastructure and citizens.

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