Daniel Medina, PHD, PE, D.WRE is a Senior Engineer specializing in urban water resources. He obtained his Civil Engineering degree from Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia and a PhD from Cornell University’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His experience focuses on urban water issues including flood risk management, water supply, watershed restoration, climate change impacts, and green infrastructure. His experience includes projects in North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East. Dr. Medina is an active member of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and has served in research steering committees for the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF). He was invited to testify before the U.S. Senate on the impacts of uncontrolled highway runoff. Dr. Medina is a Founding Diplomate of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers and has authored over 80 publications and presentations. He was co-editor of the latest Manual of Practice for Design of Urban Stormwater Controls published jointly by WEF and ASCE. He is a consultant for the World Bank and was formerly a professor of Civil Engineering at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Dan works at LimnoTech’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Office in Washington, DC.