Stephanie Tanner is the Lead Engineer for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense® Program. She is responsible for all technical aspects of the development of labeled products, including setting efficiency and performance criteria as well as managing the testing and certification process. Prior to EPA Ms. Tanner was a Senior Project Leader for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory where she managed a water efficiency program for Federal Facilities. She has written numerous guides to water efficiency an advises Federal programs on ISO conformance assessment procedures as well as other countries on developing water efficiency product labels. Before her work in the efficiency sector, Ms. Tanner worked for the U.S. and German Navies and served during the First Persian Gulf War as a shipboard operating engineer. She holds Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering from the Merchant Marine Academy and a Master of Engineering Management from the George Washington University. Ms. Tanner is a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction and a Certified Energy Manager from the Association of Energy Engineers.