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Moving from Burbank Water & Power to the Next Journey at Stanford University

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Executive Director -- Sustainability & Energy Management Stanford University

Global Energy, Water, and Sustainability Executive | Thought Leader, Speaker, and Writer | Strategy, Planning, Project Development, Operations, M&A, and Transformation | Team Builder...

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I am thrilled and humbled to be Stanford University's next Executive Director -- Sustainability & Energy Management, beginning February 22. My time at Burbank Water & Power has been transformative and I can't wait to join Stanford in its world-leading sustainability journey. Together with an amazing team, I'll lead operations and stewardship of energy production, water systems, utility distribution, and sustainability programs for the University. Go Cardinal!

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Matt Chester on Jan 27, 2021

Exciting stuff-- congrats, Lincoln!

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Audra Drazga on Jan 29, 2021

Lincoln, Congratulations. I am excited to follow you as you embark on this new career. We hope to hear all about it in the community.

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Cindy Miller on May 31, 2021

That is cool that Stanford University has such a position! Congratulations.

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