| Religion, Sustainability | Consulting, Education, Sustainability Assessment of Institutions
Stacey Kennealy is currently Certification Program and Sustainability Director at GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental organization that works across North America. She coordinates numerous programs within the organization, including a leadership-level environmental certification program for houses of worship, and beginner-level programs for faith-based institutions on the topics of water and energy. Stacey has written various sustainability guides, including ones on food, energy, asthma and water, and she often consults and mentors faith-based sites through sustainability assessments. Stacey is a graduate of Rutgers University with dual degrees in environmental policy and ecology, and has received training through The Climate Project, Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education, the Center for Whole Communities, Yoga Life Institute, and the PERC. In 2010 Stacey was named ‘Top 40 under 40’ by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, and in 2013 she was designated an ‘Emerging Leader’ by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.