Deputy Mayor for Energy
City of Los Angeles, CA
Join us Tuesday morning from 8:00 a.m.–9:00
a.m. at the Newport Beach Marriott for a truly memorable opening general
session at WaterEC 2009.
2002 to 2003, Ms. Sutley served as California Governor Gray
Energy Advisor where she managed state and federal regulatory,
legislative, financial, and press matters. In the Davis Administration
- 2003, she also served as the Deputy Secretary for Policy
Relations within the California Environmental
Protection Agency (Cal/EPA). As a
senior level appointee at the
Cal/EPA, she advised on water and air pollution
policy, lobbied federal
agencies and Congress, and established budget and
2003 to 2005, Ms. Sutley served on the California State Water
Control Board where she was confirmed by the California State Senate
2003. The five-member, full-time board is responsible for protecting water
quality and resources throughout California. Ms. Sutley oversaw the
and adjudication of water rights for public benefit and the
natural resources. The Water Board also developed
statewide water protection
plans, established water quality standards,
and implemented federal and state
water quality laws.
During President Clinton’s administration, Ms.
Sutley served as a
Senior Policy Advisor
to the Regional
Administrator for Region 9 in San Francisco and
a Special Assistant to the Administrator
at the Federal Environmental
Protection Agency in Washington, DC.
In January of 2006, Ms. Sutley was appointed by
Mayor Antonio R.
Villaraigosa to the Board of Directors for the
Metropolitan Water District of
Southern California, a consortium of 26
cities and water districts that provide
drinking water to nearly 18
million people throughout six counties in southern
Don’t miss WaterEC’s inspiring keynote speaker
and opening general
session at the Newport Beach Marriott.