President, District 3
Holly Fults and her family have lived in the Bear Creek watershed within the Edwards Aquifer Contributing Zone since 2015. They depend on a small community well that serves potable water for their community.
Holly has served a wide variety of governmental entities and industrial sectors throughout her career as a chemist and environmental consultant. Her practice concentrates on conducting water quality studies and permitting across the United States with a primary focus on projects in the Gulf Coast Region.
Phone: 409-659-9816 (cell)
Linda Kaye Rogers
Vice President, District 4
Linda Kaye Rogers is a fourteen year resident of Wimberley who lives totally on rainwater collection. She is a semi-retired psychotherapist who now provides services primarily to family courts and veterans. She is active in the Wimberley Valley community and has previous experience as a board director. She enjoys gardening, animal care, cooking and genealogy.
Prior to election in 2013, Linda Kaye was an active citizen with the Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, attending meetings and addressing groundwater issues that came before the board. In 2012 she served on the District’s rules revision committee. Linda Kaye expresses the intent to work to meet the mission of the District to “preserve, conserve, recharge and prevent waste of the aquifer”. She believes that in supporting this mission, the people in western Hays County who are dependent on the aquifer can maintain their water and property rights, their property values, and the special lifestyle that comes with living in the Hill Country. In addition, she supports the educational aspects of the board’s responsibilities to its members.
Secretary Treasurer, District 1
B.S. Urban Studies and M.B.A.
John Worrall and his wife Hillary Hart have lived next to the Pedernales River in northern Hays County since 1996. Their water comes from a well in the Trinity aquifer, which they supplement with rainwater collection.
Worrall is a successful self-employed consultant specializing in planning and land use. He has volunteered at Westcave Preserve for more than a decade, leading tours of the grotto and springs, educating visitors about flora, fauna, and groundwater.
James “Toby” Shelton