Alumni

Brad Hunter is currently an MBA candidate at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School. The past summer was spent with GE Capital looking at opportunities to integrate...

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Tom Iseman is the director of the freshwater conservation program for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado. He works to protect rivers and wetlands and the plants and animals they support across Colorado...

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Virginia Jamieson is the founder of Warming Trend Global Communications. She is a PR specialist who provides strategic counsel on topics including corporate positioning, press relations, story mining,...

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Jan is an economist by profession and holds a master’s in mass communication and a law degree. He is currently working with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on Integrated Conservation and...

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Jaycocks, a South Carolina native, graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2000 with a B.S. in environmental planning. She currently works with the Diablo Trust, a collaborative land management...

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After growing up in the corn fields of Ohio, Karie moved to the forests and lakes of Michigan to study french and art.  With a bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College, she was asked to teach English...

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Javed is the country leader of the Snow Leopard Conservation Program Pakistan Chapter, a joint initiative of the International Snow Leopard Trust and WWF-Pakistan. Working undercover, he has learned a...

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Daniel Kaiser is the Agri-business Liaison within the Sectors Strategies Division of the EPA Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation.  He started this position in May 2006 after spending 1 ½ years...

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For the last 15 years, Elyse has co-owned a speculative building business specializing in sustainable residential development and land use/conservation, first in New York and then in Washington. For...

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Amanda Karns is the Land Protection Specialist for The Nature Conservancy in
Pennsylvania. In this role Amanda works with landowners to protect important
resources for biodiversity through...

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Diane Katz is Director of Science, Environment and Technology Policy for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Prior to joining the center, Ms. Katz was a member of The Detroit News editorial board...

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Nikolai is a Project Manager for a U.S.-based, non-governmental organization, the Wildlife Conservation Society (former Bronx Zoo) in the far eastern part of Russia.  He primarily manages the...

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Vierling practices as an attorney in Oregon. She graduated from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College with a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. Vierling has...

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Stacey Kennealy is currently Certification Program and Sustainability Director at GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental organization that works across North America. She coordinates numerous programs...

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Ketscher grew up in Bettles, Alaska, just south of Gates of the Arctic. His parents ran a bush flying, outfitting, and fur buying business. Ketscher graduated from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks...

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Robert Kimball works on promoting collaboration towards sustainable water management between businesses, investors, and governments.  He is currently working on measuring and managing water related...

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Leslie P. King, is a physician and public health practitioner interested in the impact of the environment on human health, specifically in framing climate change as a humanitarian issue. Her decision...

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Enthusiastic about experiential education, cross-cultural interaction, international conservation, and small-business development, Josh works with U.S. and international teachers and student groups to...

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Shira Kronich is an environmental engineer responsible for monitoring and upgrading the small-scale decentralized rural arid environment wastewater systems at the Eilot Regional Authority in Hevel...

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LeBlanc graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 1994 with a B.A. in political science and women’s studies. She received a master’s degree in environmental policy and management from the...

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