Who We Are
We’re a diverse community of talented change-makers who believe that every American should have clean, running water for life.
Founder, Executive Director
George has a simple goal: to change the way people think about water. He built DIGDEEP to defend access to clean water as a basic human right.
Director for People and Places
Tawny is a first generation American with a love for storytelling and development. She also has a killer laugh, which is why she’s in charge of DIGDEEP’s partnerships and events.
American Projects Director
Emma is a Navajo artist and activist. Growing up, her grandparents didn’t have running water or electricity. She’s a native warrior princess with a dog/sidekick named Cindy Sherman and she runs our projects in the US.
Jake is a “human rights engineer.” With an MSc in WASH Engineering from Loughborough in the UK, he keeps our projects on time and under budget.
Katie’s passionate about building a more sustainable future. In her free time, she drinks too much coffee and bothers her cat. At DigDeep she runs project research.
Cindy $herman is from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She loves flying and exploring airports. She’s an advocate for water access– for both humans and her fellow pups.
Social Media Coordinator
Tiernan’s a prolific writer, an avid feminist activist and thinks social media is both horrible and amazing. She loves fries, pugs, and travel.
Field Operations Manager
Cindy is a passionate leader from Baca-Prewitt Chapter with decades of experience in community-building. She keeps things running at the Navajo Water Project.