Katie Register leads Clean Virginia Waterways, which is dedicated to improving Virginia’s water resources through citizen stewardship. She coordinates the International Coastal Cleanup in Virginia and conducts research about marine debris issues, litter prevention, and water conservation.
Katie has a Master’s degree in Environmental Sciences from George Mason University where she examined the environmental impacts of the most common type of litter on Earth: cigarette butts. She also has a Master’s degree in teaching biological sciences. She loves gardening and keeping honeybees.
Tuesday 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm John Marshall. Open to the public and free of charge.