Timothy K. Parker

Executive Director

GRA Directors

Phone: 916-596-9163

Email:

Websites: www.pg-tim.com

Timothy K. Parker 's Biography

(term expires 12/16)

Timothy K. Parker, PG,CEG,CHG
PARKER GROUNDWATER
PO Box 221597
Sacramento, California 95822
916-596-9163 office
707-509-8750 office
916-833-5800 mobile
tim@pg-tim.com
tparkergwguy@aol.com
www.pg-tim.com

TIMOTHY K. PARKER, PG, CEG, CHG. Tim is a Principal with Parker Groundwater in
Sacramento, where his current practice focuses on strategic water resources planning and policy
consulting, groundwater management planning and program implementation, and groundwater
resources development. Tim’s groundwater experience has included both contaminant
hydrogeology and groundwater resources development and management in public and private
sectors, and he was previously Schlumberger Water and Carbon Services, and prior to that with the
California Department of Water Resources. In his current roles with GRA, Tim serves as a
Director, Legislative Committee Chair, GRA Liaison to the California Groundwater Coalition,
California Water Plan Public Advisory Committee, and on several GRA standing committees.
During his tenure with GRA, Tim has chaired or co-chaired 12 symposia, served as President (2000
& 2001), Vice President, Secretary, Branch President, and co-authored the book “California
Groundwater Management”, second edition published by GRA in 2005. He is a California
Professional Geologist, Certified Engineering Geologist, and Certified Hydrogeologist. Tim
currently serves as a Director of the National Ground Water Association-Association, Scientists
and Engineers Division, as a member of the NGWA Regional Groundwater Resources
Management Task Force, Groundwater Protection and Management Subcommittee, and Theis
Committee; and as Chair and a Director of the American Ground Water Trust. Tim also serves on
the Advisory Committee on Water Information, Subcommittee on Ground Water (SOGW),
National Ground Water Monitoring Network Pilot Project Implementation Work Group,
developing a groundwater level and groundwater quality monitoring network for the nation.