Katherine Cummings has served as the executive director of nonprofit organizations focused on rural health care, environmental and energy policies, historic properties, and outdoor recreation. Before leading nonprofits she worked in marketing and journalism. Cummings recently moved to Atlanta after living in Washington County for more than thirty years. She now works as a journalist and consultant to nonprofits.
Editor’s note: This commentary is related to ‘Bottled water and blood tests: Coal ash fears grow near Plant Scherer‘ published last week in the Georgia Recorder. The recent deluge of rain replenishing groundwater supplies in Juliette, Georgia doesn’t provide much sense of comfort to local families relying on well water for their homes, gardens, and […]