To learn more about our staff members, click on one of their bios below.
oversees Tufts’ energy projects including energy management, energy contracts, and energy efficiency programs. She holds a B.S.E. in Civil Engineering from Tufts and an M.B.A. from Northeastern University. Prior to joining Tufts in 1994 she managed energy programs for General Electric Company. At Tufts, her title is Director of Facilities Technical Services.
is the Facilities Department recycling coordinator for the Tufts Recycles! program. Dawn organizes recycling initiatives on the Boston and Medford campuses and consults with organizers of the Grafton campus’ efforts. Before accepting the position at Tufts in July 2004, she was a Recycling Specialist with the Cambridge Department of Public Works. In Cambridge she worked closely with the city’s curbside recycling contractor, city departments and the city at large to improve recycling participation. She holds a B.S. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
is the ground support services supervisor at Tufts Facilities and helps to manage Tufts Recycles!. He has been at Tufts for 26 years! He handles the logistics of the waste and recycling contracts, and assists the coordinator and interns with maintaining and improving the recycling program at Tufts.
Recycling Interns, Fall 2013
Every year, a group of students joins the Tufts Recycles! team to help us with campus-wide outreach as well as day-to-day operations. To learn more about the student internship, please click here.
Mina Brewer is a freshman from Tucson, Arizona who is planning on studying Environmental Studies and is passionate about food justice issues and annoying her peers about sustainability.
CJ Ghanny is a junior from Passaic, New Jersey. Majoring in Sociology, his career goals include dismantling capitalism and the patriarchy.
Rachel Ison is a senior from Orange County, California majoring in Anthropology and Environmental Studies. Her goals after graduation include saving the world through environmentally sustainable action.
MT Snyder is a freshman from Washington, DC who is planning to major in Environmental Studies and Political Science. She is passionate about climate change justice and aspires to create a thriving, just, and sustainable world.
Clayton Woolery is a freshman from Joplin, Missouri. He is working towards majoring in Fine Arts/Architectural Studies and can see himself becoming a stealth recycling bin decorator in the future.