About Us

Board and Staff
 

Board of Directors

Mark Adams

Farmer, Camilla

Les Ager

Retired DNR Fisheries biologist, Hawkinsville

Richard Candler

Farmer and Land Manager, Sharpsburg

Ellen Cardin

Retired Food Scientist, Williamson GA

David Dixon

Retired Environmental and Sustainability Engineer, MillerCoors, Leesburg

Tim Gerard

Retired Attorney, Marshallville

Mike Greene

Evergreen Propane owner and farmer, Thomaston

Col. Ross Harrison (USA, retired)

Flint Community Bank V.P., Albany

Woody Hicks

retired hydrologist, Albany

Elliott Jones

retired USGS hydrologist, Atlanta

Ted Lee

Land owner, Bainbridge

Janet Morgan Mapel

Retired Educator, Woodbury

Dr. Tripp Morgan

Vascular Surgeon and Business Owner, Albany

Hal Rahn

President and COO Norcom Inc., Griffin

Polly Sattler

Sustainability and Environmental Policy Expert, Senior Sustainability Planner, Atlanta

Dwight Sheppard

GIS Manager at F&W Forestry, Albany

Ed Wetherbee

CPA, Albany

Christopher Worsham

Farmer, Camilla

Emeritus Board of Directors

Warren Budd

2011-2014, Newnan

Glenn Dowling

2008-2014, Covington

Spencer Lee

2008-2012, Albany

Mark Redden

2008-2013, Albany

Glenn Sinquefield

2008-2014, Albany

Jim Butler

2008-2011, Columbus

Cliff Elliott

2012-2018, Manchester

Stan Lumsden

2009-2012, Peachtree City

Marilyn Royal

2010-2016, Camilla

Charles Stripling

2008-2013, Camilla

Paul DeLoach

2008-2015, Andersonville

Jenni Harris

2011-2014, Bluffton

Brown Mosely

2012-2017, Bainbridge

Robin Singletary

2008-2015, Hopeful

Mark Woodall

2008-2013, Woodland

Flint Riverkeeper Staff

R.J. Gipaya

Watershed Field Specialist, Americus
robert@flintriverkeeper.org
Cell: 706-975-1687

Gordon Rogers

Riverkeeper and Executive Director, Ypsilanti
gordon@flintriverkeeper.org
Cell: 912-223-6761

Jessica Rutledge

Administrative Manager, Albany
jessica@flintriverkeeper.org
Office: 229-435-2241

Jayme Smith

Director of Outreach and Development, Colquitt
jayme@flintriverkeeper.org
Cell: 229-220-9796

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