Staff and Board: Matthew G. Heberger, P.E.
Matthew Heberger is a Research Associate with the Pacific Institute’s Water Program.
Most recently, he spent three and a half years with the consulting firm of Camp, Dresser, and McKee (CDM) in Cambridge, Massachusetts as a water resources engineer, performing hydraulic, hydrologic, and water quality analyses and modeling. He has also worked for the non-profit International Network on Participatory Irrigation Management in Washington, DC. In addition, Mr. Heberger spent two years with the Peace Corps as a water and sanitation extension agent in Mali, West Africa.
Mr. Heberger is a licensed Professional Engineer, registered as an Environmental Engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He holds a BS in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Water Resources Engineering from Tufts University in Boston.