Brenda Burman

Commissioner at US Bureau of Reclamation

Brenda Burman

Brenda Burman

Commissioner at US Bureau of Reclamation

Biography

Ms. Burman is currently Director of Water Strategy at the Salt River Project, which operates one of the original Reclamation projects approved in 1903. Ms. Burman has worked for nearly 20 years on western water matters including Tribal water settlements, Colorado River, and other river basin issues. Under the George W. Bush Administration, Ms. Burman served as Deputy Commissioner, the number two position at Reclamation, before becoming Deputy Assistant Secretary for Water and Science. Ms. Burman holds a J.D. from the University of Arizona and a B.A. from Kenyon College.

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Senior Director of Environmental Management & Chief Sustainability & Compliance Executive at Salt River Project

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Associate General Manager & Chief Financial Executive at Salt River Project

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President at Salt River Project

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President & Chief Executive Officer at South Carolina Public Service Authority

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Vice President at Salt River Project

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Chief of Staff at US Bureau of Reclamation

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Operations Director at US Bureau of Reclamation

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Director-External & Intergovernmental Affairs at US Bureau of Reclamation

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Director-Pacific Northwest Regional at US Bureau of Reclamation

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Chief Security Officer at US Bureau of Reclamation

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Education
B.A.

Kenyon is one of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges, a small school where academic excellence goes hand in hand with a strong sense of community.We bring together 1,600 young men and women to study with nearly 200 professors on an exceptionally beautiful hilltop campus in central Ohio. Our curriculum is rooted in the traditional liberal arts and sciences, and enriched by interdisciplinary programs. We set high academic standards and look for talented students who love learning. Small classes, dedicated teachers, and friendly give-and-take set the tone. Kenyon welcomes curiosity, creativity, intellectual ambition, and an openness to new ideas. We see learning as a challenging, deeply rewarding, and profoundly important activity, to be shared in a spirit of collaboration. Our greatest strength is our faculty, outstanding scholars who place the highest value on teaching. Close interaction with students is the rule here: professors become mentors and friends. Requirements are flexible enough to allow for a good deal of exploration. Other notable strengths include our distinguished literary tradition, many opportunities for research in the sciences, and programs connecting students to our rural surroundings. The Kenyon experience fosters connections of all kinds—to classmates and teachers and friends, to the life of the mind, to global perspectives, to our own unique traditions and history, and to a place of inspiration

J.D.

James E. Rogers College of Law is the law school at the University of Arizona located in Tucson, Arizona and was the first law school founded in the State of Arizona, opening its doors in 1915. Formerly known as University of Arizona College of Law, it was renamed in 1999 in honor of noted broadcasting executive and philanthropist James E. Rogers, a 1962 graduate of the school, and chairman of Sunbelt Communications Company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. The core values of the College are justice, professional integrity, public leadership, and community service. Each entering class at Arizona Law has approximately 150 students, with a total student body of 500 students.

Career History
Commissioner
Current

Bureau of Reclamation develops and manages water resources. It operates hydroelectric power plants in the United States. The agency coordinates water distribution and conservation services with state governments and Native American tribes. Bureau of Reclamation was founded in 1902 and is headquartered in Washington, DC

Director of Water Strategy
Prior - 2017

Salt River Project providing generation, transmission, and distribution services. The firm also offers metering and billing services. The company was founded in 1903 and is headquartered in Tempe, AZ.

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