Category Our Staff

April 28, 2017

Randy Haddock, PhD

Randall Haddock, PhD, Field Director, led Cahaba River Society’s work on the water quality, science, and recreation programs from 1991 until his retirement in 2020. Randy will continue to be involved with Cahaba River Society’s work as a consultant during his early retirement. Randy provides policy analysis for growth and development issues and for state

April 28, 2017

Ben Wegleitner

Ben Wegleitner joined the Cahaba River Society team as River Sustainability Director in April 2021. His main focus is working collaboratively with cities and developers to educate and advocate for green infrastructure and low-impact approaches to development to protect the river from stormwater runoff and other urban impacts. Ben is also CRS’s lead for science

April 27, 2017

Beth K. Stewart

Beth K. Stewart has been Executive Director of the Cahaba River Society since 1995, and grew up in the Birmingham area. In addition to leading organizational management and community relations, Beth contributes to the Society’s programs providing policy advocacy, education, and collaboration for low impact development, storm water, drinking water protection, and equity, diversity and inclusion.