Radhika Fox joins Xylem as senior advisor

Feb. 27, 2024
Xylem today announced that the U.S. EPA Office of Water’s former assistant administrator will now provide strategic council to the company.

Global water technology company Xylem has appointed Radhika Fox, outgoing Assistant Administrator for the U.S. EPA’s Office of Water, as senior advisor to the company.

Xylem stated that Fox will provide strategic council to the company in the water sector.

In her previous role as Senate-confirmed Assistant Administrator for the U.S. EPA, Fox acted as chief advisor to the EPA Administrator and the White House on water resources and infrastructure.

“Radhika is one of the world’s most insightful and effective champions of water – a universally respected voice for solutions to society’s biggest water challenges,” said Matthew Pine, Xylem president and CEO, in a press release. “She has an extraordinary track record of engaging stakeholders, building consensus, and driving positive change in how we tackle water and climate challenges. We are pleased she is bringing her energy and insights to Xylem.”

Before EPA, Fox also served as CEO of the U.S. Water Alliance.

“The water sector is at a critical moment – escalating water challenges, aging infrastructure, and the need for generational investment in the face of climate change,” said Radhika Fox in a press release. “Xylem and its customers are at the forefront of an essential global trend to modernize water systems and build resilient, water-secure communities. I am so pleased to join the Xylem team as they realize technology’s potential to transform the availability, quality and affordability of water.”

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Jeremy Wolfe

Jeremy Wolfe is a former Editor for Wastewater Digest.

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