Jeff is the co-founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Summer. He is a former partner and director of Career Explorations, a summer internship program for high school students, and Vertex Academic Services, an educational consulting company. Jeff has a BA from Bucknell University and an MA from Dartmouth College.
Morgan is a Bay Area educator, accidental math teacher, and graduate of the University of Arizona. She is passionate about intersectional solutions in all things but finds them particularly necessary when it comes to combating climate change. Outside of the classroom Morgan is a hobby audio fiction producer and enthusiastic cook.
Hi! My name is Alvin. I’m a graduate of the University of Washington. I currently live in Spain and traveling is my favorite hobby. I’ve been involved in sustainability since high school and have continued my education in sustainable practices in local Spanish schools and programs. I am particularly interested in the intersection of emerging… Read More
My name is Catherine (she/her), and I am from High Point, North Carolina. I am a senior geoscience and environmental studies major at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin graduating in May 2022. Although I have always had a profound passion for the natural world around me, my interest in sustainability was sparked during the summer… Read More
Annika received her degree in Environmental Engineering from Arizona State University where she focused on environmental water processes. She has experience with private and public agencies involved with environmental protection and has done research on sustainable water practices throughout her university career. Annika participated in the Sustainable Summer @ Dartmouth program while in high school.
Tom is a teacher who currently teaches sixth grade math in Washington, DC. After school, you can find him coaching high school cross country and, later, running along Georgetown’s C&O canal, which is his favorite after-school spot. Aside from running, Tom enjoys spending time with friends, playing chess, reading historical travel memoirs (Robert Kaplan and… Read More
Joanna, who was born and raised in the Midwest, studied earth and environmental science at University of Illinois in Chicago and worked with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, doing conservation work, community outreach and environmental education programs. While studying tropical ecology in Costa Rica, she became determined to learn Spanish and travel, which led her to teaching math and science at a bilingual school in Honduras.
Josh holds a Ph.D. from Purdue University. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Humboldt State University where he teaches a wide array of courses in the communication curriculum including public speaking, persuasion theory, creating communication campaigns, communication and social advocacy, argumentation, environmental communication, and rhetorical theory.
Allie currently works as an educator and outdoor program coordinator at Explorations Academy, a small private high school in Bellingham, WA. When not in school, you’ll find her running the trails around the city or baking too many loaves of bread. Her career as an educator began after a series of unexpected events during her… Read More
Rosalie studied sociology and anthropology at Middlebury College with a focus on social and climate justice. Over the past few years she has spent time working for nonprofits that focus on community and youth development at both the local and global levels.
Alex grew up on the east coast of Florida and graduated from Dartmouth College where she studied Environmental Studies and Geography and was involved in the Sustainability Office as an intern working at the organic farm, with dining services, and in various other student initiatives.
Paula has undergraduate degrees in Human Development for Sustainability, emergency medicine, and photography. She has worked as a consultant, researcher, designer, and educator specializing in the implementation of holistic ecological projects. Paula has field experience working with communities in Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Chile where she has had the opportunity to collaborate with… Read More
Olivia is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA where she studied Political Science and Global Studies. Most recently, she worked for the Washington State Legislature where she kept a keen eye out for proposed environmental legislation.
Upon graduating from Cornell College with a degree in Biology Demaceo began pursuing work in the field of conservation. He has worked as an environmental educator and conservation biologist in the US, Honduras, Costa Rica, and the Bahamas.
James was born and raised in New York City and is currently finishing his degree in International Development and Indigenous Studies at McGill University in Montreal, Canada
Cathy is a Science and Environmental Service Systems (Career and Technical Education) instructor. She is a graduate of Fairfield University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She also has a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science from NJ Institute of Technology/Rutgers University- Newark. At NJIT/Rutgers and a second Master of Science degree in Urban Environmental Systems Management from Pratt Institute.