Learning and Programs

Change Agents

Change agents are people who are making a difference in our community today. They are thinkers, activists, facilitators, catalysts and relationship builders. Change agents at the university are sustainability champions. They see opportunities for positive change, and use their resources and networks to facilitate that change, building a more sustainable future.

Meet a Change Agent

It is critical to acknowledge, support and celebrate our sustainability leaders. Meet some of the change agents making a difference on our campuses.

Glen Hvenegaard

Marlo DeVouge

Michaela Mann

Leaders Network

The university first introduced Leading Sustainability at Work as a series of workshops for staff, faculty and graduate students. Those who completed the workshops became known as ecoREPs (which stands for Reach, Education and Peer-to-Peer). They formed a network of people committed to campus sustainability.

When you complete Leading Sustainability at Work, you join a network of change agents across the university. As part of this leaders network, you receive:

  • Streamlined access to Green Grants
  • An orientation guide and toolkit
  • Streamlined experience with Green Spaces certification