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F. Reese Tisdale
President & CEO

Reese Tisdale has an extensive background in industry research, strategic advisory, and environmental consulting in the water, power, and energy sectors. Prior to co-founding Bluefield, Mr. Tisdale was Research Director for IHS Emerging Energy Research, a leading research and advisory firm focused on renewable energy markets and competitive strategies. He also has demonstrated experience in groundwater remediation for oil & gas companies and as an international market analyst for what is now Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Mr. Tisdale’s perspectives on baseline critical infrastructure needs, developing economies, and the world are influenced by his three years in El Salvador, where he led water supply and agriculture projects following the country’s civil war.  Always willing to share his experiences and insights, Reese has been cited by Bloomberg News, CBS News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and a range of industry publications. He is also a frequent panelist and moderator at corporate events and a regular guest on The Water Values Podcast.

Reese received a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources from The University of the South, Sewanee and a Master in Business Administration from Thunderbird: The American Graduate School of International Management. He is based in Boston, Massachusetts.




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