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EGLE's Clean Water Public Advocate to become Michigan Infrastructure Council's executive director

Screenshot of Ninah Sasy from Good News State of MI videoThe Michigan Department of Treasury recently announced that Ninah Sasy, who has led EGLE's Office of Clean Water Public Advocate, will become the executive director of the Michigan Infrastructure Council, effective April 29.

In an email to EGLE staffers, Liesl Clark, the department's director, expressed her thanks to Sasy for her excellent work in establishing and leading the Office and noted her work that has built a rock-solid foundation of tools, strategies, and relationships that will support the success of the next Clean Water Public Advocate.

Under Sasy's leadership, the office launched initiatives including the Drinking Water Concern system that allows residents to lodge concerns about drinking water and the Clean Water Ambassadors program to improve transparency and communication.

Sasy was recently featured in a State of Michigan-produced video where she discusses her role and the work she has done creating programs building around community feedback and engagement.

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