Peter Roquemore

Project Manager, Water


Twitter: @peter_roquemore

Peter Roquemore is a project manager at the Luskin Center for Innovation. His work focuses on policy supporting California’s Human Right to Water, ensuring water affordability across the state, and public perceptions of tap water. Currently, Peter is working on the statewide water system needs assessment to identify long term solutions for drought vulnerable water systems. Peter also participates in the Premise Plumbing Working group where he collaborates with other researchers, advocates, and policy makers across California to address household water quality and affordability.

Prior to joining as a staff member, Peter was a graduate student researcher for the center and staff researcher at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment. Peter graduated with a Master of Urban and Regional Planning with a concentration in Environmental Analysis and Policy from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. His interest in environmental and water policy stems from his previous career path where he supported advocacy efforts at non-profit organizations like the Union of Concerned Scientists, American Rivers, and TreePeople.