The FLOW Initiative seeks to inspire a new generation of water professionals through the development of new strategic partnerships and programs. This initiative will encourage future talent to consider water as a career and equip those already in the industry with the leadership skills necessary to maintain our safe water supply and make it sustainable.
Moulton Niguel Water District is launching a new water leadership initiative to educate a diverse generation of future leaders. The Future Leaders of Water (FLOW) Initiative will engage academic institutions, professional associations, and community groups to be active partners in the effort to shepherd talented people from all backgrounds towards a focus in introducing new technologies and innovations for water management.
In the last few years alone, the water industry has experienced unprecedented challenges ranging from a severe multi-year drought and extreme rains, to evolving laws and regulations. Moulton Niguel recognizes that a continual robust candidate pool is required to fill a workforce that will make an impactful and lasting change on how we deal with our precious water resource in coming years.
We all have the ability and responsibility to make a difference and Moulton Niguel is committed to leading by example and advancing how the water industry conducts its business and plans for the future. Moulton Niguel operates with a one-team mentality and trains every team member to venture outside their comfort zone and reach new levels of innovation. We leverage the latest data, tools, and technologies to enhance our services and ability to effectively convey the importance of a water-wise lifestyle to our customers.
At Moulton Niguel, we’re not just in the water business, we’re in the people business. Whether it be our local youth, students, emerging professionals, military veterans, community leaders, or our own Moulton Niguel employees, we are committed to generating future water leaders from all walks of life. This is a comprehensive and inclusive approach to bring a diverse group of people, interests, and talents together and create a well-informed, water-wise South Orange County.