Bryan Stubbs

Bryan Stubbs is the Executive Director of the Cleveland Water Alliance (CWA), a program that coordinates, facilitates, and fosters economic development through a water innovation cluster while elevating the conversation about the value of water to the great lakes region. CWA’s innovative efforts are building the foundation for a sustainable water-centric economy in Northeast Ohio and setting the standard for a national audience.

Stubbs is recognized for his management and actions in building/implementing stronger, impactful and more sustainable economies through more than fifteen years of experience leading economic development projects including as Managing Director of the Oberlin Project, where he worked to implement an internationally recognized pilot model to grow a local economy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions (partnership of Oberlin College, City of Oberlin, U.S. Green Building Council, Bloomberg C40, and the Clinton Climate Initiative). Stubbs holds a MBA from University of Illinois (Beta Gamma Sigma), BA from the University of Kansas, and completed the Executive MBA program from the Presidio School of Sustainable Management in San Francisco.