|Submission Date||Sept. 21, 2016|
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Metrics & Program Manager
Yale Office of Sustainability
The Sustainability Strategic Plan Steering Committee supports the development and implementation of the Sustainability Strategic Plan. The Steering Committee represents leadership from across Yale; reviews various drafts of the Plan; and provides feedback on the Plan's development.
Steering Committee Members: John Bollier, Facilities; Mark Bomford, Sustainable Food Program; Elizabeth Bradley, Branford College; Donna Cable, Human Resources; Sheree Carter-Galvan, General Counsel; Martha Czaczkes, Secretary & Student Life; Robert Dubrow, Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases); Bradford Gentry, Forest and Environmental Studies; Eugenie Gentry, Development; Susan Gibbons, Library; Jennifer Herdt, Divinity; Martha Highsmith, President; Jeanette Ickovics, Chronic Diseases; Christopher Incarvito, West Campus; Sarah Insley, Academic Affairs; Ann Kurth, Nursing; Janet Lindner, Administration; John Mayes (co-chair), Finance; Colleen Murphy Dunning, Forest and Environmental Studies; Stephen Murphy, Finance; Eileen O'Connor, Communications; Hugh Penney, Compensation & Benefits; Len Peters, Information Technology; Peter Reinhardt, Environmental Health & Safety; Pamela Schirmeister, Academic Administration; Karen Seto, Forest and Environmental Studies; Stefan Simon, Preservation of Cultural Heritage; James Slattery (co-chair), Administration; Deborah Stanley-McAulay, Diversity; Patricia Stumpf, Yale Health; Rafi Taherian, Yale Hospitality; Cynthia Walker, School of Medicine Dean’s Office; Lauren Zucker, New Haven Affairs and University Properties
Staff and Faculty Delegates: Claudine Alexandre, Finance; Brenda Armstrong, Environmental Health & Safety; Ann Brainard-Dougan, Information Technology; Lukasz Bratasz, West Campus; Susan Cascio, New Haven Affairs and University Properties; Kristina Chmelar, Facilities; Dana Courtney, Business Operations; Walter Debboli, Facilities; Robert Ferretti, Facilities; Daniel Flynn, Yale Hospitality; Justin Freiberg, West Campus; Edward Frey, Information Technology; Roger Goode, Facilities; Jeffrey Gworek, Administration; Karen King, New Haven Affairs and University Properties; Anthony Kosior, Facilities; Sandra Lynch, Divinity; Joseph Mastracchio, Finance; Bruce McCann, Facilities; Brenda Naegel, Human Resources; Robynne Orr, Facilities; Julie Paquette, Facilities; Donald Relihan, Administration; Geraldine Remer, Yale Hospitality; Sharon Rose, New Haven Affairs and University Properties; Russell Sharp, Information Technology; Jodi Sherman, Anesthesiology; Eric Uscinski, Facilities; Mathew Varughese, General Counsel; George Zdru, Facilities; Arabella Zwicker, General Counsel
Student Delegates: Kevin T Lee, Forestry & Environmental Studies ‘17; Emma Ryan, YC ‘17; Byungman (Bryan) Yoon, Forestry & Environmental Studies ‘18
Established in 2005, the Office of Sustainability’s mission is to advance sustainability within the Yale community by acting as a catalyst for information exchange and facilitating capacity building, innovation, streamlined operations, and preparation of tomorrow’s sustainability leaders.
Each of the seven employees of the Yale Office of Sustainability is responsible for different aspects of campus sustainability coordination. The employees work to support the university's Sustainability Strategic Plan. Accomplishments are outlined in the annual Progress Report, which can be found here: http://sustainability.yale.edu/planning-progress
The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE
staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.
The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.