Diane Bridger supports water resources engineering projects that help clients around the world manage current and future environmental issues. She is skilled in modeling, forecasting, risk assessment, and a variety of leading-edge decision-support systems. Her work is informed by an understanding of the impact of climate change on water resources.
Currently, Mrs. Bridger is designing hydrological and meteorological monitoring networks and forecast systems for Kenya’s Water Authority. She is performing a holistic evaluation of integrated water resources management needs and opportunities in the Brahmaputra River Basin. She is also contributing to a project on understanding the groundwater system sustainability in Southern Colorado and the development of an improved water information system for Southern California.
Mrs. Bridger joined RTI in 2017. Her background includes experience in environmental engineering and computer-assisted design. She is a member of Engineers Without Borders and the American Society of Civil Engineers. She holds a graduate certificate in international development and is a licensed professional engineer.