Developing Tools and Partnerships to Protect Public Health and the Environment

Waterscape International Group is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization formed in California for research and educational purposes. We are interested in developing forward-looking strategies for understanding and managing environmental problems, in particular those relating to water resources and public health. Our group is composed of members from California, Washington DC, and Lithuania at present. We are seeking research and project partnerships in the United States, Eastern Europe, and the Newly Independent States.

Our areas of interest are: 1) surface water and groundwater management, 2) salinity and agriculture, 3) public health and the environment, 4) citizen environmental monitoring and education, and 5) technology training for environmental protection.

Our current goals are: 1) to engage in international research and projects in these areas and 2) to provide technical expertise to governments and organizations to initiate and carry-out projects and research in these areas.

Please contact us if you have any questions or are interested in developing a partnership. 

Leadership

A Message from the Director

Mr Randolph Flay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Randolph Flay is a Foreign Service Officer with over 15 years of experience managing international economic development programs in Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and Asia.  He specializes in organizational development, strategic planning, performance management, program evaluation, partnerships, and communications.  He has worked extensively on developing and structuring Global Development Alliances with private sectors partners and capacity development of local organizations.

Since 2012, Randolph serves as the Director of the Office of Program Development for the U.S. Agency of International Development in Vietnam.  Randolph leads the Mission’s strategy and budget planning, monitoring and evaluation,project design, and communications for a $75M annual portfolio.  In 2011-2012 Randolph worked in the Office of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in USAID Washington and in 2007-2011 he served as Director of the Office of Program and Project Development in Russia.

Prior to joining USAID, Randolph served in 2002-2006 as a political-economic officer for the Department of State (U.S. Embassy – Vilnius, Lithuania).  He is a former Fulbright Fellow and his published works include articles on governmental administration of natural resources, groundwater management, modeling and decision-making systems.

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