Each organization brings unique perspective and expertise to the complex problem of how best to upgrade this infrastructure through sustainable, cost-effective solutions that provide communities with clean water and waterways; healthier, safer neighborhoods; local jobs; flood and climate resilience; and economic growth.
Jersey Water Works’ Organizational Structure Chart depicts the collaborative’s levels and relationships of individual involvement. Any interested individual or organization may become involved with the collaborative at one of the following levels:
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Members work together across boundaries to support, endorse and implement strategies identified by the collaborative.
Committees engage actively in the work of the collaborative and contribute to advancing the yearly objectives and longer term goals.
Steering Committee Member
Jersey Water Works is led by its Steering Committee, a broad cross-section of individuals working together to upgrade New Jersey’s water infrastructure.
What is Collective Impact?
This short video provides background on the structure and power of the ‘collective impact’ approach to solving complex problems.