A virtual speaker series highlighting the research and partnerships that were developed in the current exhibition, The State We're In Water: Constructing a Sense of Place in the Hydrosphere.
Lou Ann Fisher will present her talk "Wastewater and the Human Component" on November 5th. Fisher is currently the Compliance Coordinator for the Department of Water Utilities, City of Stillwater, Oklahoma. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry in 1994 from Cameron University in Lawton, OK. She spent three years during college at the Ft Sill, Oklahoma Department of Defense’s Center of Environmental Initiatives and Hands On Training Center (CEIHOT), 10 years with the City of Lawton in water and wastewater treatment and industrial pretreatment, 3 years in Iraq and Kuwait during Operation Iraqi Freedom with Kellogg, Brown, and Root (KBR) Halliburton in water and wastewater treatment, environmental compliance, HAZMAT, emergency response, and safety. In 2007, Lou Ann took the position with the City of Stillwater as the Environmental Programs Manager, transferred to the Wastewater Treatment facility as Superintendent in July of 2012 to facilitate capital projects and again transferred in 2019 to her current position as Compliance Coordinator.