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Jackie Keltner, an environmental investigator in TCEQ’s Harlingen region, collects effluent samples at a wastewater treatment plant.

Women now make up majority of TCEQ’s workforce

Sensible employment policies make agency attractive place to work

Excellent benefits, including a robust health plan and pension, and other sensible policies, such as flexible scheduling, are why the TCEQ is a great place to work and also why the agency can retain highly qualified women.