Laura Weintraub, PE, is an Associate Vice President and senior environmental and water resources engineer with LimnoTech. Laura has over 20 years of experience supporting public, private, and research clients in the areas of watershed planning, water sustainability, TMDLs, stormwater management, source water protection, and decision-support system development. She uses data, modeling tools, and sound science to identify water quantity and quality issues, develop potential management alternatives, and evaluate the feasibility and benefit of various options. Laura is proficient in many watershed and receiving water models, and led the development of EPRI’s Water Prism and WARMF. Laura has particular interest in water issues faced by the electric power industry, and has led projects to evaluate water risk and sustainability metrics, comply with CWA 316(b)/316(a) requirements, assess opportunities for alternative (degraded) water supply use, and quantify the economic costs and benefits of water stewardship projects. She also actively leads corporate water stewardship projects for a variety of sectors and is an accredited consultant and trainer for application of the AWS Water Stewardship Standard. Laura has a BSE in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan, and an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado. She works at LimnoTech’s Corporate Headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.