What do you know about Susan Hedman, a former EPA official who resigned in the wake of the Flint water crisis?

Timeline: Susan Hedman

January 23, 2016. Flint water crisis reflects national ambivalence on pollution regulation. Chicago Tribune. "Emails and other documents obtained by researchers and local journalists show EPA officials in Chicago were alarmed a year ago about Flint's unfolding disaster. But while an agency expert played a critical role in exposing the extent of the lead contamination, Hedman chose to work slowly behind the scenes instead of warning the public."

January 21, 2016. EPA administrator resigns due to Flint water crisis. Fox 2 Detroit. "Susan Hedman's resignation is linked to the drinking water crisis in Flint, with the announcement coming down Thursday afternoon. Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich released a statement on Hedman's resignation. "We've said since day one everyone at every level needs to be held accountable for whatever role they had in this crisis," he said. "It's unfortunate the legislature and state aren't moving nearly as swiftly as the federal government now appears to be."