Choose Clean Water Coalition’s Commitment to Shared Values and Respect

The Choose Clean Water Coalition is committed to providing a safe, respectful and welcoming environment for our staff, members, sponsors, partners, and guests at the conference. It is the responsibility of all conference attendees to treat each other with dignity and respect during all portions of the conference, including social events. We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, religious views, race, or ethnicity.

Our Federation does not tolerate the harassment, discrimination, bullying, intimidation, abuse of authority, or mistreatment of any individual. 

If you experience or witness harassment, feel uncomfortable, or have any other concerns, please report this immediately to Kristin Reilly, Coalition communications director or Chante Coleman, Coalition director. The Coalition will quickly take appropriate measures to protect those who have experienced the harassment or mistreatment to ensure they feel safe for the duration of the conference.

The Choose Clean Water Coalition takes pride in providing inclusive spaces for all of our attendees through means of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We’ve provided ways to be more accommodating, but if there is anything else we can add to make this conference more comfortable for you, please don’t hesitate to reach out. If you have any questions, requests or recommendations please contact Kristin Reilly and we will assist you.

  • Service Animals:
    ADA approved service animals are welcome in all spaces. Attendees are reminded that service animals are working animals and should not distract or attempt to pet them.

  • Lactation Rooms for Parents:
    A lactation room is available at the conference with comfortable seating, Wi-Fi, and a small fridge. Visit the registration desk for access.

  • Pronoun Name Tags
    We encourage everyone to participate in creating an inclusive and safe space at our conference by adding your pronoun name badge to your name tag.

  • All conference and reception spaces are wheelchair accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
    Please contact Kristin Reilly,, if you have any questions about accessibility at our conference or on one of our field trips.

  • Interpreters
    If you need an American Sign Language interpreter please send a request by contacting us directly,

  • Food allergies & Preferences
    We are asking that all attendees indicate all food allergies when they register. Contact
    Kristin Reilly for more details on our menu options.

  • Sober CCWC

    All official Coalition receptions and party will have plenty of non-alcoholic options. Find Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings in Baltimore.