Hi, I'm George
I want to change the way you think about water.
I run DIGDEEP Water in Los Angeles, which I founded. While most people think of the “water crisis” as a problem in Africa or India, Millions of Americans still don't have clean, running water at home. (Crazy, right?) DIGDEEP helps those communities build and manage their own water systems, advocates for them, and teaches all Americans to use our precious resources more intelligently. We’re the only non-profit focused on solving the water crisis right here at home.
"He is amazing, and I know you're going to want to join his cause."
I'm an avid speaker and writer, and I've guest lectured at universities around the world. I've been published by the New York Times, the Nation and several law reviews; I've been profiled by NPR, Vice and CBS News, and I've has spoken at events hosted by WeDay, the Atlantic and Ford. I currently serve as Stanford University’s Social Entrepreneur in Residence.
I was recently named one of the 17 "Local Globalists" by the UN Foundation and my work on the Navajo Water Project recently won the US Water Prize. I have a Masters in International Law and Conflict Management from the United Nations University for Peace.
If we can learn to love our water, it just might save our lives.
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DigDeep is a unique human rights non-profit working to ensure that every American has clean water, forever.
In places without clean, running water or basic plumbing, DIGDEEP empowers American communities to build and manage low-cost, locally-led projects that bring safe, hot and cold running water into homes, schools and community center -- like the Navajo Water Project.
In places that already have clean water, DIGDEEP designs experiences that help Americans form a deep and lasting connection to the water we often take for granted. By investing in research, curricula, events and digital activations, and by leveraging brand and celebrity visibility, we help Americans better understand and care for our water resources, making them last.