Catherine Greener, Vice President of Sustainability for Xanterra Parks & Resorts, will deliver the keynote address at the opening session for the 10th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas on Wednesday, October 4.
Greener joined Xanterra in September 2012 and is responsible for overseeing the company’s corporate environmental initiatives. She brings more than 25 years of experience in the implementation of sustainability, lean manufacturing, and quality management system to Xanterra.
Greener has applied her problem-solving skills, as well as her ISO 14000, six-sigma and ISO 9000 certifications, to lead sustainability and resource efficiency projects for small and large companies in industries ranging from food and beverage processing to automotive, chemical, semi-conductor, facility automation (robotics), and construction.
Greener holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and a MBA from the University of Michigan.
You are invited to register for the 10th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, scheduled for October 4-6, at the South Point Hotel and Conference Center in Las Vegas.
WSI - recognized as the world's premier urban water efficiency conference since its debut in 2008 - offers the full conference registration fee of $395.
Each full conference registration includes admission to the WaterSense Partner of the Year Awards luncheon, hosted by the Alliance for Water Efficiency and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense Program, scheduled for Thursday, October 5.
WSI will again feature more than 100 professional sessions, an Expo Hall showcasing water-efficient products and services, and technical tours to venues illustrating Southern Nevada's commitment to water efficiency. Several pre-show workshops (not included with the WSI registration fee) also are available on Tuesday, October 3.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority is again presenting WSI in partnership with the Alliance for Water Efficiency, American Water Works Association, the U.S. EPA's WaterSense Program, and other forward-thinking public- and private-sector organizations.
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