Tiffany Baca

Tiffany Baca is a motivated public affairs strategist with an extensive background in high-impact communications and has proven, award-winning success building and supporting strong brands and strong communities. As the public affairs manager at the Municipal Water District of Orange County, leader of the Water Energy Education Alliance, and the California Association of Public Information Officers 2020 Communicator of the Year, she commits each day to excellence, mobilizing creative teams that work to conceptualize, execute, and advance programs, strategies, and campaigns that educate, inform, and inspire action. Tiffany is committed to the health and reliability of our natural resources, and to the knowledge, strength, and resiliency of the next generation of California citizens. She is steadfast in the belief that investments in our young people today will ultimately contribute to the health and welfare of future workers, their families, and the state’s economy.

Pronouns: she, her, hers

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A Silent Service: Why Water Workers Support Environmental Literacy and Career Technical Education

Water is a vital natural resource that shapes the development of California’s environmental, social, and economic landscape. Despite this, the essential workers that maintain California’s water supply are often overlooked. As a member of the California Environmental Literacy Initiative’s (CAELI) Leadership Council, Public Affairs Manager at the Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC), and leader of the Water Energy Education Alliance (WEEA), Tiffany Baca is working to change that. In this Q&A, Tiffany shares how environmental literacy frames her work at MWDOC, an agency that provides more than 3.2 million California residents with water-saving resources, water-centric education, sustainability programs, and clean drinking water.