Sustainability Council

Sustainability Council Meeting

The Georgia College Sustainability Council was created in 2009 to help identify and promote actions and initiatives that will enhance sustainability on campus. The Council is made up of dedicated students, staff and faculty who work together to assess and develop activities related to sustainability. The council, consisting of four students, three staff and five faculty, reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, who also serves on the council in an advisory role. The council holds monthly meetings of the full committee and develops ad-hoc committees, as needed, to address priority areas of concern relating to eight thematic areas and to incorporate additional support for the Green Initiative.

The members of the council for 2022-23 are:

  • Shea Groebner, Environmental Health & Safety and Fire Safety, Chair
  • Lorianne Hamilton, Chief Sustainability Officer, Budget Manager
  • Samuel Mutiti, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Hasitha Mahabaduge, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Bruce Snyder, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Jehan El-Jourbagy, College of Business & Technology, Recorder
  • Mark Causy, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Anna Lippy, Sustainability Fee Program, Director
  • Austin Bennett, Sustainability Fee Program, Assistant Director
  • Jefferson Collins, Sustainability Fee Program, Assistant Director
  • Ama Kpoyizoun, Sustainability Fee Program, Assistant Director
  • Ruth Eilers, Academic Outreach
  • Maggie Discher, Facilities Planning
  • Lee Fruitticher, Vice President for Finance and Administration, Ex Officio
  • Frank Baugh, Assistant Vice President of Facilities Management, Ex Officio
  • Liz Duclos, Finance and Administration, Ex Officio
  • Doug Oetter, Publicist, Ex-Officio

Sustainability Council Official Minutes

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