- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, University of Oregon
- Master of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley
Willis Logsdon is a scientist and planner specializing in urban water systems. Willis uses his background in hydrology, spatial modeling, and planning to support science-based decisions in the field of urban water management. His master's thesis explored the role of green infrastructure in long-range planning for the surface-groundwater interface in an urbanized basin.
Willis currently works at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Utility Planning Division. His recent work includes implementing green infrastructure programs in San Francisco's urban watersheds, developing a large-parcel stormwater incentive program, and planning for district-scale non-potable water systems.