We believe that by solving for gender parity, we can solve for water resilience.

With 25 women mayors out of 1,400 in the U.S. alone, we believe we can activate government leadership to bring urgent attention to water and gender.* WaterWoman Project aims to bring these leaders together along with water utilities and industry  to study and break the barriers to water sector jobs for women and non-binary people. We will do this from coast-to-coast and across the pond.

By…

…partnering with cities and industry to prioritize water and gender

Impact by 2025

Commitments from 25 mayors to prioritize water and gender in policy

Metrics

Proclamations, policy initiatives, technology pilots, on-job training, new water sector jobs

By…

…empowering, training and promoting through gender DEI strategy and STEM education

Impact by 2025

On track for training and promoting 2,500 women and non-binary people in water management

Metrics

Workforce trained, hired, mentored, promoted; policies, programs, scholarships

By…

…educating and engaging the public to value water

Impact by 2025

Conserving billions of gallons/liters of water

Metrics

Water use pauses, litter reduction programs, public campaigns, social engagement

* According to the US Conference of Mayors