San Juan Water District Supports Tobin for ACWA President by San Juan Water District Sep 8, 2021 Member Submitted News Water districts across the state are passing resolutions endorsing Pamela Tobin to be ACWA President for the 2022-’23 term. Tobin currently serves as ACWA vice president, and is also president of the San Juan Water District, where she has been a board member since 2004. The San Juan board endorsed her candidacy in March, starting the wave of support in advance of ACWA’s nominating committee meeting later this month to choose the slate of candidates to be voted on by the membership during the fall conference. “I am honored to have the support of my home district and humbled by the many districts across the state that have already supported me,” said Tobin. Tobin was elected ACWA vice president in 2019, after being active in ACWA for many years, serving as a member of the ACWA Board of Directors, as Chair of ACWA Region 4, and as a member of ACWA’s Federal Affairs and Local Government Committees. She also serves on the ACWA-Joint Powers Authority Board, and its Executive and Liability Committees. “I am proud of my accomplishments as ACWA Vice President during an extremely challenging time, creating the highly successful “Leadership to Leadership” virtual town hall-meetings throughout ACWA’s regions and supporting ACWA members and staff during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” she said. In addition to her years as an elected director at the San Juan district, Tobin has also served on the Regional Water Authority / Sacramento Groundwater Authority Board and in its leadership for 16 years. “These are extremely challenging times for California water agencies, and navigating these issues requires a commitment to collaborative solutions. I know through the collective expertise of ACWA’s members we can tackle any problem,” Tobin said.