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Mary Beth Sutton

Executive Director

Caribbean-SEA

Direct Phone: (423) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.org

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Caribbean-SEA

1510 Riverside Drive

Chattanooga, Tennessee,37406

United States

Company Description

The Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance is devoted to Clean Water, both in the Caribbean and in the southeastern United States. We run camps and educational programs in Caribbean countries like St. Lucia and Dominica to educate children and teachers on ho...more

Background Information

Employment History

Science Teacher

Baylor School


Affiliations

MTGIC

Board Member


Lucelec

Secretary


Education

Bachelor of Science

Environmental Science

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


Master of Science

Public Health , with an emphasis in environmental chemistry and biology

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Master of Science

Public Health in Environmental Chemistry and Biology

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill


Web References(38 Total References)


Board of Directors – Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance Clean Water Project

www.caribbean-sea.org [cached]

Ex officio: Mary Beth Sutton, Executive Director


"Save Water, Drink Wine" - The Gear Closet

gearcloset.org [cached]

If have any questions about the event or would like to sponsor this event please contact CaribbeanSEA Director MaryBeth Sutton at marybeth@caribbean-sea.org


The Team – Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance Clean Water Project

www.caribbean-sea.org [cached]

Mary Beth Sutton
Mary Beth Sutton Executive Director Mary Beth is the amazing one-woman show running CaribbeanSEA. She is constantly on the move getting projects rolling, sometimes in St. Lucia, Dominica, or more recently, the Dominican Republic, Belize, and Haiti. To contact Mary Beth, e-mail her at marybeth@caribbean-sea.org. That's Berry on the far right, with Director Mary Beth Sutton on the left and Mollie Herman from Clean Vibes in the middle.


www.chattanoogan.com

"Our annual Beach Party is always a blast," says organizer Mary Beth Sutton, "and this year's title is a tongue-in-cheek reference to our very real mission - working in both the Caribbean and the southeastern United States to educate children and teachers on how they can impact water quality."
Environmental scientist and educator Ms. Sutton founded Caribbean SEA 10 years ago to empower young people in the Caribbean countries of St. Lucia, Dominica, Belize, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Curacao and Jamaica to care about and take action to protect their water. "In small island ecosystems, relatively minor actions can have an incredible impact," she explains, "so these students and their teachers can lead their countries to better environmental health, which improves their economic health as well. With the right education, these students can be a force of change in their countries. They can give everyone hope for a brighter future." Both Caribbean SEA and TenneSEA run camps and educational programs to help children make the connection between everyday actions and water quality, Ms. Sutton says.


www.nooga.com

Mary Beth Sutton, executive director at Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance, said both sides benefit from the cleanup.
Sutton worked closely with Clean Vibes, the environmentally conscious waste management crew who worked Bonnaroo this year. She said the organization was impressed with their efforts and invited them back to help with this festival. "This works especially well because not only does Clean Vibes not have as much stuff to dispose of, they actually get donation credit from us since we are a nonprofit," Sutton said. The Gear Closet, a local branch of CaribbeanSEA, is run by Chattanooga-based nonprofit TenneSEA and Kids 4 Clean Water. Volunteers will be on-site beginning Monday to sort through the gear. Sutton said they should start getting gear back as early as Tuesday or Wednesday.


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