AT GLOBAL WATER WORKS
is to connect people, process and technology to solve water issues locally to extend those solutions globally.
Founder & Co-Executive Director
Mary Conley Eggert
Mary Conley Eggert started her career in water at age 10, when 30-foot piles of pollution covered the river running through her backyard. Returning to the space after a 30-year career in the tech and financial services markets, she aims to spotlight those who make water work, so all in need of solutions can more quickly connect and solve water together.
While many say water may be the source of future wars, Global Water Works members daily demonstrate how efficient water management yields growth, peace, and resilience.
You can click through the graphic below to follow the journey we've been on, illuminating the experts, organizations, and technologies that give us the confidence to say global water works:
Global Water Works' first five years revealed significant progress across the world, but a very siloed structure. The fractured nature of the industry limits visibility to solutions, raises costs, and slows progress for those who need solutions today.
By connecting the people in search of solutions with the experts, processes, and technologies in one place, we can avoid redundant work effort and expedite solutions.
Global Water Works
Those in need of solutions are connected with the people, processes and technology that make water work.
Water problems are solved locally and these successes are scaled globally.
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is a registered charity (501c3) and online community dedicated to advancing the adoption of smart and efficient technologies to solve the global water crisis in this generation.
Through its integrated digital platform and collaboration programs, Global Water Works connects the people, processes and technologies working to address today's water challenges, and supports the funding of these efforts. The Global Water Works community is free, and members may also subscribe to focused groups on regions or topics of interest, such as Atmospheric Water, Lake Remediation, Rainwater Harvesting, Women in Water and Next Generation opportunities.