ABOUT US

At Waterfind USA, we believe in better water management, accounting and transfer solutions.

Waterfind USA is an innovative company that provides integrated software solutions and services in the water sector.  Formed in 2015, we are initially focused on creating products designed to meet the complex requirements of California’s water system, including compliance with the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.

Our key team members

  • Tom Rooney
    Tom Rooney Founder and President
    Bio

    Tom Rooney is the founder and President of Waterfind, Australia’s most well-known and respected water resource management company.

    Tom started in the water industry in 1989 and has been a leading force in developing innovative water resource management solutions in Australia and internationally. In 2003 Tom launched the Waterfind Australian Water Market, the first online market for water rights that provided simple, transparent and reliable water trading and is now the largest online water market in Australia.

    In 2014 Tom won the Water Industry Alliance – Water Leadership Award for his services to the water sector. Tom and his partner have 3 young children that he enjoys sending time with. Before founding Waterfind Tom grew up in regional Australia and has owned and operated an irrigated citrus property.

  • Mitch Partovi
    Mitch Partovi Systems Integration Manager
    Bio

    Mitch Partovi is Waterfind USA’s Systems Integration Manager.

    Mitch started with Waterfind USA as an apprentice while pursuing his Master’s Degree in Public Administration. Having studied the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) since 2015, Mitch has performed various studies on SGMA including, but not limited to, implementation, Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) formation, and policy evolution. Mitch’s professional background includes account management, higher education, and data systems integration. As a native Californian, Mitch possesses an incredible passion for water management that benefits all stakeholders.

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