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Water is the single most important substance on the planet. But for too long water has been overlooked because it is underground – out of sight and out of mind.
Water needs a champion.
The heroes who work on water every day – to protect, clean, and deliver water to people at home and work; to clean and take wastewater away; and to design and manufacture the things that protect communities from floods and storms – deserve our support.
These heroes are why we created Signal Water. They are why we are a proud sponsor of Water Week, and why we support the US Water Alliance’s Guiding Principles to Secure Our Water Future.
Signal Water is the first practice of its kind: the only fully integrated public affairs practice dedicated to the water sector.
We know that investing in our nation’s water infrastructure is an investment in our future—our people, health, and livelihoods—something the nation desperately needs. This practice’s exceptional team provides the holistic approach to public affairs necessary to turn the tide on the issues that matter most in the water space.
What We Do:
Signal Water influences the complex political landscape by providing a comprehensive approach to public affairs. Our bipartisan team has decades of experience in water policy, including specialists in government affairs, coalition and relationship building, equity and inclusion, communications, digital strategy, and strategic advisory services.
Signal Water advocates for increased attention to our nation’s drinking water, wastewater, stormwater and source water protection. We recognize that now is the time to move forward with a smart, holistic approach to solving our nation’s water challenges.
Contact us to learn more by emailing Signalwater@signaldc.com.
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Mae Stevens – Executive Vice President
Mae Stevens is an Executive Vice President at Signal Group and Chair of Signal Water. She provides strategic environmental and infrastructure policy expertise to a diverse range of corporate, municipal, and nonprofit clients. Most recently, she served as Environmental Policy Advisor to Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD), winner of the 2020 US Water Prize. She handled the Senator’s responsibilities as the top Democrat on the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, including staffing the Senator during the crafting and passage of the FAST Act and the 2016 and 2018 Water Resources Development Act bills. During her seven year tenure on Capitol Hill, Mae was responsible for the Senate Democrats’ response to the Flint water crisis, and focused most of her time on the intersection of water, equity and affordability, and generally how to make cities and towns even better for the people who live and work there. She also spent nine years working with various nonprofit environmental organizations and think tanks. A sought after public speaker, she has presented at the Democratic National Convention and her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Politico, Wonkblog, and Wired, and she was a featured guest on Fox Business News. Mae holds a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s from The George Washington University.
Ted Mondloch – Senior Associate
Ted works as an associate on Signal’s Advocacy team to provide service to a broad range of clients in the water infrastructure and environmental spaces. Ted’s proficiency in research and data analytics, stakeholder mapping, and outreach coordination to the Hill and various federal agencies serves as a valuable asset to his clients.
A Northern Virginia native, Ted graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Affairs.
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