Careers in Sustainability: The New School

The New School is holding its first annual Earth Week Festival this April, coordinated by the Office for Sustainability. This cross-disciplinary collaboration of administrative and academic departments and student groups will raise awareness about sustainability issues, strengthen our campus community, and link The New School with millions across the country in the 42nd annual Earth Day celebration.

Careers in Sustainability

A panel of alumni working in sustainability-related jobs discuss their work and career trajectories. Moderated by Professor John Clinton, director of the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Program, The New School for Public Engagement.

Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management |…

Panelists include:

Kirsten Brooks, Master of Science in Nonprofit Management from Milano, Manager of Corporate Outreach, A+E Networks

Jason Hudspeth, Master of Architecture from Parsons
Designer, New York City-based firm LEVENBETTS

Ashok Kamal, Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, Milano
Co-Founder and CEO, green social media marketing firm Bennu

Reana Kovalcik, Master of Science in Urban Policy, Milano
Development Coordinator, Wellness in the Schools

Alex Smith, Bachelor of Science, Environmental Studies
Environmental Educator, Green Design Lab, Solar One

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