In joining the Partnership, Xylem says that it will continue to develop its work with public and private sector partners on resilience to water-related risks. 
 
"The US Water Partnership provides a unique platform for cooperation with government agencies, foundations and like-minded companies on the world’s most critical water challenges,” said Albert Cho, vice president of strategy and business development at Xylem. “For more than six years we have worked successfully with global non-profit partners in the water sector through our corporate citizenship and social investment program Xylem Watermark, and we look forward to working with our new partners on technology-based initiatives to build resilience in flood- and drought-prone cities around the world.”