Water, Climate and Resiliency Expert, Dominique Lueckenhoff, takes helm of the Institute
WASHINGTON, DC (March 22, 2019) — The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) today announced that Dominique Lueckenhoff, Hugo Neu Group’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, has been named Chair of the NCPPP Water Institute. In her role, Lueckenhoff will lead the member-led forum with an interest in exploring the use of public-private partnerships (P3s) across the water sector – drinking, wastewater, storm water – and related disciplines.
“Dominique brings a unique combination of knowledge and passion to NCPPP – a superior knowledge of the issues combined with an unrivaled passion for community equity and getting results. “Getting her to lead our Water Institute is a coup,” said Tom Dooney, president-elect of NCPPP. “Her leadership signals that NCPPP is focused on using our platform to advance dialogue and strengthen our strategic partnerships with leading national water NGOs.”
Lueckenhoff brings over two decades of environmental experience and award-winning program development and management with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Hugo Neu. In her current role, Lueckenhoff oversees all partnerships and initiatives related to: corporate sustainability, climate adaptation & resiliency, environmental policy; green business growth and investment opportunities; and overall social, environmental, and economic well-being activities.
Most recently, she served as Senior Advisor to the USEPA Region 3 Administrator, when she led strategies and initiatives related to innovative P3s. In her role she developed and implemented the nationally-recognized Community-Based P3 model, delivering large-scale integrated water infrastructure and economic development solutions.
About NCPPP Water Institute
Building upon the success of the Integrated Water and Stormwater Infrastructure Symposium, held on November 2018, NCPPP recently relaunched its Water Institute. The NCPPP Water Institute is a member-led forum for members with an interest in exploring the use of public-private partnerships across the water sector – drinking water, wastewater, stormwater – and related disciplines. The Water Institute is led by a Chair and guided through a Steering Committee composed of members and strategic partners of the Council. All NCPPP members are eligible to participate in the Water Institute.
NCPPP, founded in 1985, is the nation’s leading non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to facilitating, and educating on the subject of, P3s at the local, state and national levels. The leaders and innovators who comprise our membership work tirelessly to raise awareness of how cooperation between governments and businesses can provide the taxpayers with quality goods, services and facilities in the most cost-effective way. For more information, visit www.ncppp.org.