Two new F&ES courses being taught under the guidance of Dean Peter Crane will introduce students to the types of skills and relationships needed to achieve social change — and to reflect on the lessons of history’s most revered environmental leaders.
Sarah Charlop-Powers, Vice President, Natural Areas Conservancy.
Max Joel, Program Manager, NYS Energy Research & Development Authority.
Wendy Paulson, Chair, Bobolink Foundation; Life Trustee and former Chair, The Nature Conservancy (Illinois Chapter)
Roy Richards, Chairman of Southwire Company, one of North America's largest private companies.
Ted White, Board Member, Rocky Mountain Institute; Managing Partner of Tom Steyer's National Clean Energy Initiatives.
Fred Rich, Board Chair, Scenic Hudson Land Trust, Foundation for Landscape Studies; Vice Chair, Battery Conservancy; Board Member, Land Trust Alliance.
Bryan Garcia, CEO, Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority.
Ann Colley, Dir. of Public Relations and Charitable Giving, Moore Capital Management; Executive Director & VP, The Moore Charitable Foundation.
Eugenie Gentry, Associate Vice President for Development, Yale University.
Laura Turner Seydel, National environmental advocate and eco-living expert; Chair, Captain Planet Foundation and Zero Waste Zones.
Rebecca Wesson Darwin, President and CEO, Garden & Gun; former publisher of The New Yorker.
Vincent Stanley, Director, Patagonia Philosophy; Co-author of The Responsible Company.
John C. Sawyer, Attorney specializing in wealth planning, asset protection planning, fiduciary and tax litigation, conservation easements, and exempt organizations.
Jerry Tone, Chair, Executive Committee, Trust for Public Land.
Page Knudsen Cowles, National Board Chair of the Trust for Public Land.
Caroline Niemczyk, Chair, The Conservation Campaign; Vice Chair, Open Space Institute; Board member, The Trust for Public Land.