Rebecca Akroyd Selected as Member of the Water Leader Class of 2012

Sacramento | January 3, 2012

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard (KMTG) congratulates attorney Rebecca R. Akroyd for being selected to take part in the Water Education Foundation’s Water Leader Class of 2012. Akroyd is an associate attorney in KMTG’s Sacramento office, and was chosen for this program based on her commitment to understanding water issues, interest in leadership roles on public boards and commissions, and her dedication to volunteer activities in her community.

Akroyd practices in the Natural Resources practice group at KMTG and has worked on high-visibility California water and environmental cases such as the Operational Criteria and Plan (OCAP) Cases regarding the 2008 and 2009 biological opinions regarding the delta smelt and salmonid species. Akroyd is a 2009 graduate of the University of California, Davis School of Law.

About the Water Leaders Class

The Water Leaders Class is a one-year program that identifies up-and-coming community leaders from diverse backgrounds, including members of minority and ethnic communities, and educates them about water issues. The program enhances individual leadership skills and prepares participants to take an active, cooperative approach to decision-making about water resource issues. Leading stakeholders and top policymakers serve as mentors to class members. For more information about the Water Leaders Class please go to: