Mary Beth Sutton
Clean Water Camp
Mary Beth Sutton, Clean Water Camp (Water Ways)
Mary Beth Sutton received her B.S. with highest honors in Environmental Studies as a Brock Scholar at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and received a Master of Arts in Teaching as a Lyndhurst Fellow and a Master of Science in Public Health specializing in Environmental Chemistry and Biology with an emphasis on coastal plain wetlands and marine biology. She has taught in public and private schools in Chattanooga for 10 years. Mary Beth was executive director for the Chattanooga Nature Center and founded Caribbean SEA, now Water Ways, in 2004, which has worked on water and sanitation projects in 7 Caribbean countries.