TT037 – Partnership: The More You Give, The More You Get

In the time we’ve spent building and maintaining and its family of websites, the importance of building strong partnerships and teams has never been more apparent. In our Season Four premier episode, Tap Talk hosts Steve and Jennifer Wilson look back on the beginnings of, discuss the evolution and expansion of our programs, and the value of our partnerships in helping those we serve.

Topics Discussed

“With that comes a lot of responsibility to be available to others. … When they need us, we need to be there. And I think that’s what we’ve done.”

Steve Wilson

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About the Hosts

Steve Wilson is a groundwater hydrologist who has been with the Illinois State Water Survey at the University of Illinois since 1983. He authored The Private Well Class, an online self-paced curriculum for private well owners, and manages, an online resource for water and wastewater operators geared toward supporting small systems. Steve has a M. S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Jennifer Wilson is a web content specialist at the Illinois State Water Survey, where she coordinates communications and content development for and The Private Well Class. Jennifer has been at the University of Illinois since 2008 and previously served as an environmental scientist at U.S. EPA. Jennifer has a B.S. in Geosciences from Trinity University and an M.S. in Soil and Water Science from the University of California, Riverside.

(Yes, they are married.)