Ken Seasholes is the manager of Resource Planning & Analysis for the Central Arizona Project. His group has responsibilities for long-range planning and policy issues within CAP's three-county service, including support for the Central
Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District. Since joining CAP in 2008, Ken has contributed to a range of initiatives, including allocation of excess CAP water, water banking, water exchanges, shortage analysis and the use of the CAP
infrastructure to transport new water supplies.
Before joining CAP, Ken was the Tucson Area Director for the Arizona Department of Water Resources, and prior to that was a researcher at the Water Resources Research Center at the University of Arizona. Ken has a Master's degree in
Geography and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science.
Brian Biesemeyer is the Executive Director of Scottsdale Water and has held this position since 2012. From June 2015 to January 2017, Brian had the additional duty of being the acting City Manager for Scottsdale. Brian is a retired U.S.
Army Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years of organizational leadership experience. He is a registered professional Environmental Engineer and holds Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Grade 4 Operator Certifications in four
disciplines. Brian is a State of Arizona Water Protection Fund Commissioner, a past president of WateReuse Arizona, and a past chair and current management board member of the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association.
Bruce has over 35 years of experience in the water and power utility industry, the last thirty two years at the Salt River Project in Phoenix, Arizona.
He has worked in the fields of water resource development and management, water resource planning, conservation and sustainability, water rights and contracts, energy corporate planning and strategy, land rights management and
acquisitions, and most recently as the Director of Water Supply at SRP.
Prior to SRP, he was a partner in a water resource consulting business, worked for the Arizona Dept. of Water Resources and the Bureau of Reclamation.
Bruce received his bachelor's degree in Urban Studies/Geography from Arizona State University, is a member of the Scottsdale Chamber Board of Directors, serves on various water resource related professional organizations, and enjoys golf,
fishing, hiking and traveling.
Warren Tenney is the Executive Director of the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA); whose members include ten major municipalities in the Valley and collectively serve nearly 3.7 million people – more than half of the State's
Warren is a member of the Governor's Water Council. He was elected twice to the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors representing Pima County. He served as Vice-President of the CAP Board and as Chair of the Board's Finance, Audit
Committee for three years.
Warren is a fourth generation Arizonan. He earned his B.A. at Arizona State University and earned an M.A. at Northern Arizona University.
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