Utilities and Climate Change: Metropolitan Water District (Highlights)

Highlights from the Executive Education Lunch Forum on Climate Change Strategic Mandates. Watch the full version here.

Climate Change Strategic Mandates – What do we expect from our Utilities?

  • Professor Daniel Mazmanian, Ph.D. (moderator)
  • Gary Stern, Ph.D. : Sr. Director of Regulatory Policy at Southern California Edison
  • Ken Chawkins, Ph.D.  : Manager of Public Policy at Southern California Gas Company
  • Grace Chan, M.S.  :Manager, Resource Planning & Development at MWD

The Executive Education Forum for Policy and Administration at USC Price School (EXED) offers a broad base of specialized non-degree certificates for local and global leaders.

EXED is a suite of intensive programs targeting public sector and other senior, mid-level, and emerging leaders, and is designed to deepen their understanding of substantive policy issues, augment their ability to leverage and increase existing public sector capacity, and foster leadership all with the purpose of improving public and nonprofit administration and solving public problems. These programs together help build the capacity to implement effective policy, which is central to the goal of the Bedrosian Center.

EXED achieves this by bringing together the world-renowned faculty of USC Price School, experienced practitioners and a dynamic curriculum to teach and reach across sectoral boundaries.

Utilities and Climate Change: Southern California Gas Company (Highlights)

Highlights from the Executive Education Lunch Forum on Climate Change Strategic Mandates. Watch the full version here.

Climate Change Strategic Mandates – What do we expect from our Utilities?

  • Professor Daniel Mazmanian, Ph.D. (moderator)
  • Gary Stern, Ph.D. : Sr. Director of Regulatory Policy at Southern California Edison
  • Ken Chawkins, Ph.D.  : Manager of Public Policy at Southern California Gas Company
  • Grace Chan, M.S.  :Manager, Resource Planning & Development at MWD

The Executive Education Forum for Policy and Administration at USC Price School (EXED) offers a broad base of specialized non-degree certificates for local and global leaders.

EXED is a suite of intensive programs targeting public sector and other senior, mid-level, and emerging leaders, and is designed to deepen their understanding of substantive policy issues, augment their ability to leverage and increase existing public sector capacity, and foster leadership all with the purpose of improving public and nonprofit administration and solving public problems. These programs together help build the capacity to implement effective policy, which is central to the goal of the Bedrosian Center.

EXED achieves this by bringing together the world-renowned faculty of USC Price School, experienced practitioners and a dynamic curriculum to teach and reach across sectoral boundaries.

Utilities and Climate Change Strategies (Full Video)

Executive Education Lunch Forum : Utilities and Climate Change Strategies

• Professor Daniel Mazmanian, Ph.D. (moderator)
• Gary Stern, Ph.D., Sr. Director of Regulatory Policy at Southern California Edison
• Ken Chawkins, Ph.D. , Manager of Public Policy at Southern California Gas Company
• Grace Chan, M.S., Manager, Resource Planning & Development at MWD

The Executive Education Forum for Policy and Administration at USC Price School (EXED) offers a broad base of specialized non-degree certificates for local and global leaders. This forum panel discussion asks what do we expect from our utilities in hte face of climate change?