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Saturday, September 24 • 4:25pm - 5:25pm
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Supported by the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment

Moderators
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Kiah Collier (mod.)

Reporter for The Texas Tribune
Collier reports on public education for the Tribune. Previously, she reported on government and politics for the Austin American-Statesman and the Houston Chronicle. Collier began her career in West Texas reporting for Reuters America Service and the San Angelo Standard-Times, where she covered the city council, water issues and the 83rd Legislature.

Speakers
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Bech Bruun

Chairman of the Texas Water Development Board
Bruun has served on the board since 2013 and was named chairman in 2015 by Gov. Greg Abbott. He also serves as the board’s designated appointee to the Texas Environmental Flows Advisory Group. Previously, Bruun served as the director of governmental appointments in then-Gov. Rick Perry’s administration.
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Laura Huffman

Texas State Director of the Nature Conservancy
As director for The Nature Conservancy in Texas, Huffman heads a team of conservation experts whose work protects the integrity of Texas’ natural resources and some of its most iconic landscapes. She also heads the Conservancy’s North American Urban Conservation program. Before joining the Conservancy, Huffman spent 20 years in city management.
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Jason Isaac

State Representative
Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, has represented House District 45 since 2011. He is a member of the House Environmental Regulation, Local & Consent Calendars and Economic & Small Business Development committees. He also serves as chairman of the Economic & Small Business Development Subcommittee on Small Business. Isaac is the founder of the Hill Country Caucus in the House.
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Sid Miller

Texas Agriculture Commissioner
Miller was elected to his current post in 2014. Previously, he served six terms in the Texas House. During his tenure, Miller chaired the Agriculture & Livestock Committee and Homeland Security & Public Safety committees and authored the abortion sonogram bill in the 82nd legislative session. Miller also served on the State Agriculture Policy Board and was appointed to serve on the National Energy Council.
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Charles Perry

State Senator
Perry, R-Lubbock, has represented Senate District 28 since 2014. He serves as chairman of the Senate Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs Committee and sits on the Criminal Justice, Health & Human Services and Higher Education committees. Previously, Perry served in the Texas House and has served as president of the Lubbock Boys and Girls Club.


Saturday September 24, 2016 4:25pm - 5:25pm
Calhoun Hall, Classroom 100 204 West 21st Street, Austin, TX 78712