Kristi Delynko has spent her career working with nonprofit and public service organizations in both internal and external communications. Kristi began her career on the East Coast before heading for Las Vegas, where she truly learned to appreciate the value of water in a desert. Kristi and her family moved to Colorado in 2012, where she enjoys heading out to the mountains with a CamelBak full of good ol’ Denver water for road trips, hikes and camping with her husband and 5-year-old son. While watching her two men fish, Kristi thinks about the boring nature of fishing and how she can keep her son from falling in.

A view from the sky shows the dense, expansive growth in just one part of the megacity of Chengdu, China. It is in response to this growth, the Chinese government is interested in introducing a bond market to help fund massive infrastructure projects.

Global impact: How to keep rates low

November 13, 2017 | By: Kristi Delynko

The World Bank brings Denver Water CFO to China to discuss how the utility uses bonds to invest in infrastructure.

Denver Water mentors

Speed dating for science

November 2, 2017 | By: Kristi Delynko

Six of Denver Water’s female leaders met with Denver-area high school young women, providing insights into STEM careers.