368: Driven by Curiosity – An Interview with DigDeep.org’s Founder and CEO, George McGraw

George McGraw

368: Driven by Curiosity – An Interview with DigDeep.org’s Founder and CEO, George McGraw

George McGraw is joining us. He’s a leading expert on water and sanitation in the United States and around the world. He’s the Founder & CEO of DigDeep which is the only WaSH (water, sanitation and hygiene) organization solely focused on the USA.

Now… that might seem weird… but did you realize that over 2.2 million Americans live without clean tap water or without a toilet in their homes? Amazing… right?

George McGraw is hoping to dramatically change that stat… within his lifetime!

Under George’s leadership… DigDeep has grown to serve remote areas in the US… such as the Navajo Nation, which spans New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah), in other areas in Appalachia and Texas.  In addition to his work with DigDeep… George is an avid speaker and writer. He’s guest lectured at universities around the world and spoken at events hosted by WeDay, the Atlantic and Ford Motor Company and he’s been published by the New York Times, the Nation and several law reviews.

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CONNECT WITH George McGraw:

DigDeep: www.digdeep.org 

George’s Website: https://georgemcgraw.com 

LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/george-mcgraw-195ab527

 

WATCH SOME OF GEORGE’S STORY:

 

I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU:

How about YOU!?  What stood out to you from this interview?

Was it the thought of 2.2 million Americans not having clean… running… water?  Did that stir something in you?  Did you want to DO something about it?

Or… maybe it was George’s personal story of seeing a need… and doing something about it?  Or… maybe it was one of the stories along the way. 

Comment and let me know your thoughts!  

And hey… know I’m rooting for you!

Mitch

1 Comment
  • Cathy Baker
    Posted at 08:07h, 16 September Reply

    I heard something come out in this conversation that might be worth pondering.
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