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The Low Impact Development (LID) Conference series is organized by members of the ASCE-EWRI Urban Water Resources Research Council who are leaders in the development of LID and green infrastructure technology. This conference provides a national forum to present the latest developments, technologies and case studies related to LID and green infrastructure technology. The International LID Conference will highlight new and continuing work including research, developments, and community adoption of LID throughout the United States and internationally.

Steering Committee

  • Conference Chair: Jason Vogel, University of Oklahoma
  • Conference  Vice Chair: Trisha Moore, Kansas State University
  • Technical Program Tri-Chair: Eban Bean, University of Florida
  • Technical Program Tri- Chair: Anand Jayakaran, Washington State University
  • Local Activities Committee Co-Chair: Rebecca Dallen, City of OKC
  • Local Activities Committee Co-Chair: Michelle Loudenback, City of Norman
  • Technical Workshop Co-Chair:  Troy Dorman, Halff and Associates
  • Technical Workshop Co-Chair:  Sam Sarkar, Halff and Associates

Technical, Local, Workshop & Sponsorship Committee Members

  • Colin Bell, City & County of Denver
  • Brent Betnar, University of Oklahoma
  • Robert Bettes, City of Midwest City
  • Glenn Brown, Retired
  • Michelle Chao, City of Norman
  • Tom Franti, University of Nebraska
  • Julie Graff, LandPlan Consultants
  • Grant Graves, University of Oklahoma
  • Jacob Hagen, City of Tulsa
  • Jonathan Heusel, Halff and Associates
  • Fouad Jaber, Texas A&M University
  • Derek Johnson, City of OKC
  • Reza Khakpour, LMRK Consulting
  • Sarah Little, University of Oklahoma
  • Laura Merriman, Burns and Mac, OKC
  • Myles Mungle, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
  • Jordan Peebles, City of Edmond
  • Suzanna Perea, US EPA Region 6
  • Jeremy Rice, Freese and Nichols
  • Andrew Sauer, Burns & McDonnell
  • Jamie Schussler, Oklahoma State University
  • Karen Steele, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
  • Paul Streets, City of Midwest City
  • Keith Strevett, University of Oklahoma
  • Scott Struck, Colorado School of Mines
  • Tom Tolbert, City of Broken Arrow

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