OCWD Board of Directors

Cathy Green
First Vice President
Denis R. Bilodeau, P.E.
Second Vice President
Philip L. Anthony
Jordan Brandman
Shawn Dewane
Jan M. Flory, ESQ.
Dina L. Nguyen, ESQ.
Roman Reyna
Stephen R. Sheldon
Roger C. Yoh, P.E.
General Manager
Michael R. Markus
P.E., D.WRE.

OCWD in the News
  • John Schwartz, Science Reporter for the New York Times, interviewed OCWD General Manager Mike Markus for an article about the GWRS. Here is a link to the article: Water Flowing From Toilet to Tap May Be Hard to Swallow
  • OCWD Assistant General Manager Mike Wehner participated in a live-radio program, Air Talk with Larry Mantle, on KPPC-NPR. He was interviewed about the success of OCWD's reclamation program, the "ick" factor and water quality. UC Santa Cruz Associate Dean Brent Haddad also participated in the discussion. Here is a link to the broadcast: Beyond the ick factor: Why we're not all turning sewage water into drinking water
  • Orange County Register Reporter Lou Ponsi interviewed OCWD Director Jan Flory and Executive Director of Operations Bill Hunt for an article about OCWD's groundwater cleanup project titled "EPA asked to help in aquifer cleanup:" EPA asked to help in aquifer cleanup
  • OCWD Water Production Director Bill Dunivin, GWRS Program Manager Mehul Patel and Black & Veatch staff published an article titled "Post-treatment Optimization to Enhance Groundwater Recharge Operations" in the May issue of the American Water Works Association Journal. Here is a link to the article: Post-treatment Optimization to Enhance Groundwater Recharge Operations
  • The Foothill Sentry published an article, "Our Call to Conserve Water," by OCWD Director Bilodeau. Here is a link to that story: Our Call to Conserve Water
  • Director Jan Flory was interviewed on KFI's Thompson & Espinosa about OCWD's groundwater cleanup project.
  • Mike Markus participated in KFI's Bill Carroll show to discuss OCWD's water reuse program and the toilet-to-tap misconception.
  • FOX 11 Reporter Hal Eisner interviewed OCWD Director Denis Bilodeau for a segment titled "Toilet-To-Tap Water Could Become A Reality For More Parts of California." Here is a link to the article and broadcast: Toilet-To-Tap Water Could Become a Reality for More Parts of California