Deputy Director and SWCCN Website Manager
Institute of the Environment, The University of Arizona
Betsy Woodhouse is a trained hydrologist and geologist and an experienced technical writer and publisher. She joined the Institute of the Environment in 2009 and became deputy director in February 2011. In addition to managing staff, projects, and planning at the Institute, Betsy is the program manager of the Edge book series on science, law, and environmental policy, of which the Institute is a founding partner. She also manages the SWCCN website.
Prior to joining the Institute of the Environment, Betsy co-founded and published Southwest Hydrology, a trade magazine for water professionals in the Southwest. While directing its production for eight years, readership grew to more than 20,000. Previous to that, Betsy held positions as a hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey and at private environmental consulting companies.