Our international team is made up of passionate individuals with a shared vision of a clean and healthy global environment. 

Mary Beth Sutton

Mary Beth Sutton

Executive Director

Mary Beth holds Environmental Science and Education degrees from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and UNC Chapel Hill, and continues to learn more about our natural world and how to protect it every day. When she‘s not in the creek, she’s likely out on the trails backpacking the Southeast.

Nadia Cazaubon

Nadia Cazaubon

Caribbean Program Director

Nadia Cazaubon’s job and passion is to connect with the caribbean communities and teach them how to test and take care of their local waterways. She loves all nature; especially the sea. Her favorite moments are witnessing kids discover and experience nature at its best. Be it snorkelling or hiking, she believes it is when they share that joy that they make the connection and fall in love with nature too.

Brooke Fleeman

Brooke Fleeman

Assistant Director

Brooke is a passionate environmental educator and former Park Naturalist. Her dual roles as Assistant Director and Program Coordinator allows her help coordinate day to day activities as well as get out in the creek teaching and inspiring! Her spare time is spent on the lake and hanging out with family, friends, and dogs!

Rosy Harpe

Rosy Harpe

My Tennessee Creek Friendly Yards Coordinator

After graduating with honors in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, Rosy returned to her roots here in Chattanooga and joined our team! Her love and knowledge of native plants has been an amazing asset to our programs, and her willingness to put on any hat we hand her has led to digging and designing rain gardens, sampling acid mine drainage on Signal Mountain, and manning the desk at The Gear Closet.

Candy Clarke

Candy Clarke

Development Director

Candy is a native of Chattanoogan and attended UTC graduating with a degree in Economics. She and her husband Drew have 4 children ranging in age from 19 to 28. Over the years Candy has volunteered with the Mountain Education Foundation and American Haitian Foundation. She served on the boards of The Chattanooga Bar Auxiliary, The Junior League and currently serves for The Chambliss Center for Children. A running theme for all these is children. The team at Waterways has a primary focus to educate children (and adults!) about the need to preserve and protect one of our most valuable resources...water!

Carol Noon

Carol Noon

Outreach and Communications Coordinator

Carol is an idea-filled gal who believes that we become better humans and find our commonalities through the creation, the participation, and the exposure to nature, art, and the sharing of ideas. A graduate of Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA, she is a lover of words, music and the sounds of wind and water. When she is not playing with words you will find her snorkeling in the cold mountain waters of Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.

Kristen Woodall

Kristen Woodall

Americorps VISTA

Kristen is local to the Chattanooga area and studies Outdoor Recreation at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Kristen is very interested in the often synergistic relationship between outdoor recreation and environmentally responsible behavior and hopes to cultivate this in our community. She looks forward to inspiring Chattanoogans to reconnect and protect the unique natural environment we share. In her spare time, Kristen enjoys hiking, trail running, motorcycling, and most importantly, spending time with her dog, Lyla.

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