|Daniel McIntyre, PE
|Daniel McIntyre was appointed general manager in April 2016. As the District’s chief executive officer, Mr. McIntyre implements policies adopted by the elected board of directors and oversees the business of the District. He joined DSRSD in 2015 as engineering services manager. He has worked in the Tri-Valley since 1990, including 12 years as the City of Livermore’s public works director. Mr. McIntyre earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, and a master of public administration from California State University Hayward. He is a licensed professional engineer in California.
|Carol Atwood, CPA
||Administrative Services Manager
|Carol Atwood oversees finance, customer services, information technology, and human resources. She has 32 years of experience in municipal financial and three years of government auditing experience. Prior to joining DSRSD in 2016, Ms. Atwood served 22 years with the City of Cupertino managing finance, human resources, information technology, and the city clerk’s office. She holds a bachelor of science in business administration from California State University East Bay and has participated in executive education programs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and University of California Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy. Ms. Atwood is a certified public accountant in California and Arizona.
|Jeff Carson oversees the District’s operations in drinking water distribution, recycled water production and distribution, and wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal. Prior to joining the District in 2016, he managed operations and maintenance for the City of Hayward’s water pollution control facility. He has over 19 years of experience with Bay Area wastewater facilities. Mr. Carson holds bachelor's degrees in biology and environmental studies from California State University East Bay and professional certifications in wastewater treatment, laboratory analysis, environmental compliance, and water distribution.|
|Judy Zavadil, PE
||Engineering Services Manager
|Judy Zavadil was appointed engineering services manager and district engineer in July, 2016. She is responsible for planning, permitting, capital improvements, asset management, and clean water and water conservation programs. Previously she was a principal engineer and supervisor of the District’s Capital Improvement and Asset Management Division and has been with DSRSD since 2007. She has 28 years of experience in civil engineering in both the public and private sectors. Ms. Zavadil earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. She is a licensed professional engineer in California.
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