Jud Sewell, Board President.
Director of Operations: Transportation and Logistics.
I made Paulding County my home after moving from California 20 years ago. I feel it is important to be actively involved in the community in which you live. I have been on the Keep Paulding Beautiful Board since 2011.
Our Board is a small but dedicated group of citizens that help educate our community on the importance of keeping Paulding clean from all forms of litter and other types of contamination that may threaten our quality of life here in Paulding County.
By working together with our citizens, local businesses, our cities and county government, Keeping Paulding Beautiful will help keep the area where we live something we can all be proud of.
I am interested in "being kind to Mother Earth" and helping to keep the environment I live in as clean and healthy as possible. Keep Paulding Beautiful is a great organization to help me be involved in activities and efforts to meet that goal.
Officer McGrady started as a part-time employee with the City of Hiram on October 6, 2014 and then became a full-time employee on July 1, 2016. He is responsible for building and organizing the methods/procedures for the Hiram Police Department's Code Enforcement Unit.
He joined Keep Paulding Beautiful's board in 2015 and in 2017 he was elected to be the secretary.
Officer McGrady does a quarterly video that is aired on Paulding County TV23, highlighting businesses and events within the city limits of Hiram.
I have been a member of Keep Paulding Beautiful since 2014. I am with KPB to help make a difference in our community.
My name is Joey Collings and I am employed with the City of Dallas Georgia as a Environmental Inspector. I am a board member of Keep Paulding Beautiful because it is important to keep the waters and the environment clean. We do a lot of great things with this organization. I can honestly say I am proud to be a member and get to work with a lot of great people on the board and volunteers.
Mary Carol works with University of Georgia Cooperative Extension in Paulding County. She is a County Extension Coordinator and Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources, providing education and outreach in a suburban Metro Atlanta area. Mary Carol’s role is to bring research based education in the areas of agriculture and natural resources to the citizens of Paulding County. She works with other agencies and businesses to provide outreach to address environmental literacy and soil and water conservation by providing gardening education for youth, Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, and homeowners as well as professional education for urban agriculture and farmers. She serves with Keep Paulding Beautiful as an intersection of their goals and the goals of Paulding County Extension to address environmental literacy.
Mary Carol has been an active member of the International Society of Arboriculture and the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals. She holds a BA in Biology from Agnes Scott College and an MS degree in Forest Biology from Auburn University. She lives in Northwest Georgia with her husband and two children.
The Paulding community has been my home since 2000 when I moved from Marietta. I have been an active Master Gardener for twelve years and retired from teaching after 37 years, with the last seven at Hiram High School. I have worked with the board at KPB for the last year and a half and have thoroughly enjoyed their company and efforts to improve our county.
Sybil Hughes-Williams has been a resident of Paulding County for more than 16 years. With former experiences in project coordination for non-profits and in higher education settings in both student support services and instructional capacities, she holds a B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi and an M.A. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to taking an extended hiatus from professional roles to raise a family, she previously taught as an adjunct instructor at a two-year college and instructor of communication at a major four-year research institution within the University System of Georgia. In addition to being active in her children's schools, she volunteers with various community organizations through Hands On Atlanta. She is passionate about issues related to education and empowering youth to become actively involved in their communities. She views her involvement with Keep Paulding Beautiful as a way to positively model the importance of taking an interest in improving the community in which one lives