About

Our Purpose

Georgia Tech strives to be a leader in sustainability and to promote action and awareness through education, research, and operational practice. We envision a Georgia Tech where sustainability is integrated into all levels of the Institute, contributing to its social, environmental, and financial excellence and positioning it as a leader in the field. To do this, sustainability must be a core value in everything we do. The Office of Campus Sustainability builds awareness and works with campus departments to reduce Georgia Tech’s environmental impact, preserve resources, and inspire positive action. We institutionalize sustainable and transformative practices in all campus business functions by empowering the campus community, using the campus as a model, and scaling best practices in partnership.

Anne Rogers

Anne Rogers

Anne Rogers is the Associate Director of the Office of Campus Sustainability. Anne is from Ann Arbor, Michigan and graduated from Denison University with a degree in Environmental Studies.

Sarah Neville

GT Sustainability Coordinator Sarah Neville

Sarah Neville is the Campus Sustainability Project Manager. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, she has a Bachelor and Master of Science in Environmental Policy from the University of Michigan, and is currently pursuing an MBA from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Student Assistants

Our Fall 2018 Students Assistants are Joey Buehler, Michael Bryan II, Nina Sing, and Sarah Lowry. Students play a vital role in helping Georgia Tech advance its goal of creating a sustainable campus. These students ake a leadership role in tackling the big sustainability issues we face.

Michael Bryan II

Michael Bryan II is a rising third-year International Affair majors, with a minor in pre-law at Georgia Tech from Stone Mountain, Georgia. Michael actively participates in the Student Center Expansion Committee and is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Outside of Georgia Tech, Michael is an active member and co-chair of both the Atlanta Sustainable Student Council (ATLSSC) and the UN RCE Greater Atlanta network established in 2018.

Sarah Lowry

Sarah Lowry is a third-year student from Dacula, Georgia. She is pursuing a major in environmental engineering and a minor in global engineering leadership. Sarah is involved in the Association of Environmental Engineers (AEES), the GT Swim Club, and the Chamber Orchestra on campus. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and eating. Following graduation, she intends to pursue a master’s degree in the field of sustainability.

Nina Sing

Nina Sing is a fourth-year from Roswell, Georgia pursuing a major in Biomedical Engineering and a certificate in Marketing. At Tech Nina is a part of the Women’s Recruitment Team and an active member of Greek Life. Apart from academics Nina enjoys traveling, yoga, and costume parties. Following graduation Nina plans to pursue medical industry experience and hopes to tie sustainability into the medical industry. 

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We are located in Lyman Hall, Suite 206.