Stormwater: Friend or a Foe?

Power Skills

Stormwater: Friend or a Foe?




Green infrastructure sites are stormwater management practices. They mimic natural hydrologic conditions and manage stormwater. These sites rely on soil infiltration and native plants to manage stormwater. They can help change the perception that stormwater is an enemy and instead treat it as a friend.


This topic directly supports UN Sustainable Development Goals:

6 Water and Sanitation

11 Sustainable Cities and Communities


Event Structure (all times in PT)

  • 5:15 pm Zoom room opens to test connections, light networking
  • 5:30 pm Event opens
  • 6:45 pm Event closes


The registration fee is a donation we are collecting for sustainability initiatives and community service project materials. If you are facing financial hardship, please reach out to for a fee waiver.



October 4th, 2023


5:15PM - 6:45PM


Virtual. Meeting link will be shared after registration



About the speaker


Mays Danfoura

Civil Engineer and a Geoscientist with consulting experience working on hydraulic modeling for sanitary sewer systems and developing study plans for stormwater best management practices. Specialties: Green Infrastructure, Urban Hydrology, Stormwater Management, Hydraulic Modeling. Currently working as a lecturer at San Francisco State University and Skyline Community College, working with students in environmental sciences and geology classes with a focus on California water issues.



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Type of category: Sustainability

Type of activity: Power Skills, Ways of Working, Business Acumen

Date: October 4th, 2023

Hour: 5:15PM to 6:45PM

Registration close date: October 4th, 2023 at 12:00AM

# of PDUs: 1.5


Members: $15.00

Non members and Guests: $20.00