Randy Record was elected to a two-year term as president of the Association of California Water Agencies in December 2011.
A fifth-generation San Jacinto native who has been active in the farming community for more than three decades, Record has served on the board of Eastern Municipal Water District in Riverside County since 2001 and served a two-year term as board president.
ACWA Vice President
John Coleman was elected to a two-year term as vice president of the Association of California Water Agencies in December 2011. He has been a member of the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors since 1990, serving as president of the EBMUD board from 1996 to 2000 and vice president in 2009 and 2010.
He is a past president of the board of the California Association of Sanitation Agencies and currently chairs the Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority and the Freeport Regional Water Authority. He was appointed chair of ACWA’s Federal Affairs Committee in December 2009.
ACWA Executive Director
Quinn, who became ACWA executive director in July 2007, has more than 25 years of experience in California water issues. He has worked on several key policy initiatives, including the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan now under development to protect species and provide regulatory assurance to water users. He also participated in negotiation of the 2002 Sacramento Valley Water Management Agreement, the 2000 CALFED Record of Decision, the 1995 Monterey Agreement, the 1994 Bay-Delta Accord, and a number of water transfer agreement.
Deputy Executive Director for External Affairs and Operations
As ACWA's deputy executive director for external affairs and operations, Jennifer Persike oversees the association's External Affairs and Operations Team to support and advance ACWA's image / brand, issues, policies and delivery of service to members. A member of the ACWA executive management team, she coordinates strategic planning and communication across the organization and oversees outreach for external efforts, partnerships and coalitions with members and key stakeholders. Persike also represents the association before members, media, key stakeholders and the public.
Deputy Executive Director, Government Relations
As ACWA's deputy executive director, government relations, Cindy Tuck leads and oversees the association's Government Relations Team, which includes the Federal Relations Department, State Relations Department and a special projects manager. A member of ACWA's executive management team, Tuck coordinates strategic planning and policy development and represents ACWA on certain top priority issues before Congress, the California Legislature and federal and state executive branch agencies and departments.
- Paula Currie, Director of Member Services and Events
- Fili Gonzalez, Director of Finance and Business Services
- Lisa Lien-Mager, Director of Communications
- David Reynolds, Director of Federal Relations
- Wendy Ridderbusch, Director of State Relations