Meg Morgan Adams grew up in the Savannah River area, actively participating as a volunteer with Savannah Riverkeeper for many years. Prior to joining Waterkeeper Alliance, Meg worked as a paralegal, advocating for equality and social justice, as well as playing a leading role in organizing campaign activities for numerous political campaigns on the state and local level in Georgia. Her previous experience also includes land use and commercial property management, establishing successful waste reduction programs through partnerships with various corporations, and implementation of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building standards.
An avid kayaker, Meg's love of the outdoors drew her from the courtroom to the river. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Augusta University and an Associate of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Augusta Technical College, Meg’s legal and political experience shows that she is passionate about being a fierce defender of the laws protecting all people’s right to drinkable, fishable, swimmable waterways.