The Office of Sustainability strives to foster collaboration across the university in support of sustainability through environmental, social, and economic responsibility. The office is a resource for the entire W&M community and engages students in the process of creating change in a manner intended to help them become leaders who will influence the world.
- Facilitate holistic change toward a sustainable campus and world
- Create a sense of community that drives sustainable progress
- Integrate sustainability into the operations, academics, and policy of W&M
- Provide educational experiences and resources to faculty, students, and staff so that they may be ambassadors of change
[[waterslake, Calandra Waters Lake]] | Director of Sustainability
[[e|qfam, Jenny Fam Qian Yee]] | Graduate Assistant of Sustainability
Jenny Fam is the Graduate Assistant at the Office of Sustainability while pursuing her Master's degree in Higher Education Administration at the School of Education. She is originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with B.S. in Biochemistry and worked as an International Program staff, where she assisted in the logistics of orientation, developed welcome events for new students, and recruited and trained new student orientation leaders. At W&M, Jenny coordinates with the Director of W&M Sustainability by providing operational and administrative assistance in a wide variety of initiatives, training and more. She oversees the EcoReps program, and events such as Earth Week and Meet the Greens.
[[e|emrebour, Emma Rebour]] | Program Intern
My name is Emma Rebour and I'm a junior Environmental Policy and Psychology double major from Washington, DC. Here at William and Mary I am involved in Psychology research looking at the most effective ways to communicate environmental issues to traditionally dismissive political groups. This summer I interned with the Climate Reality Project in Washington, DC where I worked on spreading awareness about the climate crisis. I was also able to go to a congressional hearing on Capitol Hill regarding the role of the climate crisis in the frequency of natural disasters. I believe that sustainability is one of the best ways to promote efficiency on campus in the name of waste reduction and conservation of resources. I'm excited to continue my interest in sustainability on campus this year!
[[e|jbpanganiban, Josh Panganiban]] | Program Intern
[[e|amgleason, Anna Gleason]] | Communication Intern
Anna Gleason is a Senior double-majoring in Environmental Science and Middle Eastern Studies. She serves as the Project Leader of the Tribe Carbon Fund, William & Mary's carbon offsetting program. Anna is currently writing an Honors Thesis about waste management and recycling programs in Morocco. She has previously published articles related to sustainability for on-campus publications and online news outlets. Outside of these involvements, Anna is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha honor fraternity and an Arabic Teaching Assistant. As a Communications Intern for the Office of Sustainability, Anna publishes the weekly newsletter, manages the Sustainability calendar, and connects with other groups on campus to publicize sustainability-related initiatives. If you have any questions or to be added to the Sustainability listserv, send an email to [[e|amgleason, Anna Gleason]].
[[e|fdjerezmunguia, Fatime Jerez-Munguia]] | Communication Intern