The Sustainability Leadership Committee serve as student ambassadors for the ENVST
Program, and as liaisons between the Program and ENVST majors and other students.
Drew is a third year Environmental and Sustainability Studies major, with a Geography Major. He is currently the president of a student group called SCAN (Student Clean Air Network). Their goal as a student group is to raise awareness of about our air quality and
what can be done by our students to help lessen their contribution to the air quality.
Drew will also be starting a UROP project next semester focusing on lake sediment data and pollen sampling.
Bri is an Environmental and Sustainability Studies Major with a minor in Business and Geography. Bri is the president of EnviroClub, a garden steward at the Edible Campus Gardens, and the Associate Director of the ASUU Sustainability Board. She also loves working
with and learning about plants and worked on a research project through UROP studying
an invasive plant in Salt Lake called Myrtle Spurge. Bri enjoys hiking, camping, cooking, gardening, reading, and playing her harps.
Sydney is a senior in the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program with an
emphasis in Ecological Literacy & Social Change. She is interested in various methods of communication and how they are utilized
in education, motivation, and enacting social movements. She is passionate about the
role gender equality plays in sustainable development and environmental stewardship;
which drives her desire to obtain a masters degree in Public Policy and a doctorate
in Gender Studies. Most of all she loves her two dogs and eating yummus hummus.
Nik MacPhee is a senior in the Environmental and Sustainability Studies program, emphasizing
in Land Management, Conservation, and Place with a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She has a particular affinity for rainforest ecology and conservation, with a specialization
in feline ecology, and plans to implement better conservation strategies and land
management practices in order to preserve biodiversity around the globe.
Quinn is in her third year double majoring in Environmental & Sustainability Studies
and Geography emphasizing in climate change and landscape dynamics. She is enthralled by Utah's lands, the protection of wild places, peoples' connection
to place, and how landscapes are changing in relation to climate change. She is a
steward at the Edible Campus Gardens and loves to keep her hands dirty in garden soil. She spends her free time skiing,
mountain biking, running, cooking, and playing in the mountains.