Doug’s role within the Sustainability Institute is to coordinate with internal and external campus partners to create a robust student-centered co-curricular experience with on and off-campus sustainability projects. These experiences will provide meaningful engagements at all institutional levels to promote sustainability, construct sustainable behaviors and advance pro-environmental literacy.
Doug serves as the primary contact within the Institute for Student Affairs working closely with Student Activities, Residence Life, Educational Equity, Global Programs, the Office of Physical Plant, Housing and Food Services.
As a sustainability focused professional his mission is to ensure that every student understands how social and environmental issues manifest themselves and have the tools to create a more socially just and verdant future.
Doug holds an undergraduate degree is in Biology from Franklin Pierce College and Master’s of Education specializing in Higher Education Administration from Springfield College. He is currently a candidate for a second Master’s in Sustainability Management at Harvard University.