Detailed Bios of CAG Members
- Donna Campbell…I live in the Holiday Shores area of Harriman close to the confluence of the Emory River and the Clinch River. We have five children and five grandchildren. We have lived on our property for almost 18 years. We have always been involved in our community. I served on the Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board- a community board composed of 20 volunteers who provide advice and recommendation to the Department of Energy's Environmental Management program on the Oak Ridge Reservation. I believe the public has an important collaborative role in the cleanup decisions that affect our community. I am concerned about the impact the ash spill has on human health and the environment. Our family has enjoyed boating, skiing and tubing along the Emory River, the Clinch River and Watts Bar Lake. We would like our children and grandchildren to have the same opportunities to enjoy the Emory River. I am also concerned about the continuing long-term impact of the ash spill on wildlife. My educational background is in Biology and Library Science.
- Steve Scarborough…Steve moved to Roane County in 1988 with his family when he helped found Dagger Canoe Company. He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Canoe Association, was selected one of the 20th century’s 100 most important paddlers, and has received the ACA’s Legend of Paddling award. Today he divides his time between real estate and business interests and community work serving on the Board of Conservation Fisheries, a group that works to propagate and restore rare fish species. In 2006 Governor Phil Bredesen appointed Steve to the Tennessee Conservation Commission which he chairs. He also serves on the Tennessee Oil and Gas Board. Steve’s office in Kingston overlooks the confluence of the Clinch and Emory rivers, site of the TVA coal ash disaster. He owns property that lies in the section of the Emory River affected by TVA’s catastrophe, which was on the market the night the disaster began and which is still unsold.