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CWEA Community Engagement Chair Angela Lowrey Recognized by CAPIO with 2019 Communicator of the Year Award

Clean Water, Issue #3 2019 - Member News

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The California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO) has named Angela Lowrey as the state’s Communicator of the Year for 2019, recognizing her dedication to clean water education and resource recovery outreach, her overall expertise in the communications field, and for award-winning creativity in her work.

“Angela stood out this year for her time, energy, and the remarkable impact she’s made for her agency, as well as the California communications field as a whole,” said CAPIO President Christine Brainerd, APR and communications manager for the City of Folsom. “We chose Angela for her exceptional contributions to improve Delta Diablo’s outreach efforts through public and media engagement. Her ongoing advancement of the profession made her the top choice for the 2019 Communicator of the Year.”

Lowrey serves as public information manager for Delta Diablo, a public wastewater resource recovery agency serving 212,000 customers in three cities in Northern California. The District provides services for the City of Antioch, the City of Pittsburg, and the unincorporated community of Bay Point. The agency service area encompasses 54 square miles northeast of San Francisco Bay.