Brooks Dixon, Board Member
Brooks is the Environmental Engineering Project Manager for the City of Greenville. He is a professional engineer and certified floodplain manager, and works to assist development planning is compliant with local, state, and federal guidelines as well as manage infrastructure projects for stormwater and municipal sewer operations. Additionally, Brooks oversees the City’s stream management plan, which involves assessment of streambanks and prioritization throughout the City to develop potential projects for bank stabilization and restoration opportunities.
Brooks holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Geology from Clemson University, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Administration. Brooks is a member of the Association of State Floodplain Managers, American Planning Association, & South Carolina Association for Hazard Mitigation. This is his first time serving on the board of a non-profit, and he looks forward to being more involved in local efforts to protect our watershed and its beautiful natural resources that benefit our entire community.
Brooks is a Greenville native who grew up close to downtown and has lived in Greenville his entire life. As someone who has seen this community continue to grow and change, he desires to be involved in ensuring that change is equitable and beneficial to our community at large. When not in the office, you can find him performing music around the Upstate (he plays guitar and sings in his own band), swimming in freezing cold mountain lakes and streams, long distance running, commuting by bicycle, chasing his daughters all around their home, or traveling anywhere and everywhere where there is water to be found.