Honoring the best: Exceptional Service Award winners
This year’s awardees are outstanding examples of WAPA’s commitment to excellence. They have excelled in their respective fields and contributed significantly to WAPA’s mission. The ESA award is a well-deserved recognition of their contributions and a reminder of WAPA’s critical role in powering the western United States.
Brian Sadler Colorado River Storage Project Administrative Officer
Brian Sadler, an Administrative Officer at CRSP, has been a lynchpin, demonstrating remarkable leadership and expertise. His work with the CRSP Regional Team, Technical Services and Financial Management has been pivotal in enhancing the efficiency and strategic execution of projects. Sadler’s Environmental and Resource Management Team leadership showcases his commitment to environmental stewardship and operational excellence. His efforts have been crucial in maintaining the value of WAPA’s hydropower resources.
Moreover, his role in developing an effective partnership with the Desert Southwest region exemplifies his collaborative approach and strategic insight. This resourcefulness has significantly contributed to coordinating initiatives across the upper and lower Colorado River Basins, enhancing both regions’ ability to respond to environmental and operational challenges effectively. His leadership in this domain has been essential in shaping key policies and strategies impacting WAPA’s operations.
Beyond these contributions, Sadler’s nomination to key committees such as the Glen Canyon Adaptive Management Working Group and his active involvement in managing the Upper Colorado River Basin operations demonstrate his broad scope of influence and dedication. He has actively participated in critical environmental assessments and negotiations, showcasing his ability to lead through complex and contentious topics.
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Last modified on January 23rd, 2024