Board Members


Hannah Scholl ’21


Hannah Scholl is a fourth-year from Wellesley, MA pursuing a double major in German and Politics, and an Environmental Studies minor. Passionate about pursuing a career related to environmental policy, she has interned for U.S. and state representatives, at a non-profit think tank, and has also volunteered on numerous political campaigns. Hannah is excited to be serving as the Chair of the Board this year given that she firmly believes how vital it is to take action at a local, not just national level, and that within the context of today’s new norms, supporting a resilient, efficient, and sustainable Oberlin community is more important than ever. She also enjoys singing, hiking, working in the admissions office, and cooking (especially with homegrown vegetables!).


Stephan Ciulla '21

OES Liaison

Stephan is a fourth-year Environmental Studies and Economics major from San Francisco, California who is passionate about sustainable environmental design. He has been involved as a Sustainability Representative for Oberlin's Campus Dining Committee and worked as a digital marketing contractor for You can find Stephan surfing at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, protecting his garden from aphids, or improvising in the kitchen. He is excited to continue his work as the liaison between the Green EDGE Fund and the Office of Environmental Sustainability with the goal of making Oberlin a more efficient and sustainable place.

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Emily Rosenberg '22

Community Liaison

Emily Rosenberg is a third-year student from Tappan, New York. She is an Environmental Studies major with a minor in Religion and an Education Studies Concentration. She loves to find ways to turn her passions into action and education into implementation. When Emily is not dreaming up new ideas for the GEF, she is spending her time working at the Oberlin College Writing Center or in town at Slow Train. She is thrilled to continue working alongside community members to make environmental sustainability accessible, exciting, and relevant to Oberlin. 


Nina Liloia ’22

Project Generator

Nina is a third-year from Haddonfield, NJ, majoring in Politics and Environmental Studies and minoring in Creative Writing. She is interested in environmental governance and activism, and in crafting policy solutions that jointly solve social and environmental issues. She has interned at a think tank, a marketing firm, an exploration of a political campaign for the United States Senate, and in a Senate office on Capitol Hill. In her free time, Nina enjoys cooking for her co-op, running in circles with her friends on Oberlin’s track and cross country teams, and searching puddles for frogs. 


Noemi Duker '23


Noemi is a second-year student from Johannesburg, South Africa, intending to double major in Economics and Computer science. She has an interest in air pollution and climate change. Noemi hopes to one day be a catalyst in reducing Africa’s carbon footprint and implementing more eco-friendly living solutions. She is a member of the Oberlin Finance club, you can find her reading a book in Tappan square or jogging around campus. Noemi is looking forward to beginning her work as a new board member in helping be the bridge between environmentally sustainable projects and the Oberlin community.


Audrey Kamal '22


Audrey Kamal is a third-year Environmental Studies and Comparative American Studies double major from Illinois who is passionate about global environmental justice, policy, and education. She also works for the Adam Joseph Lewis Center’s Living Machine, is an ENVS rep (with the lovely Phoebe), and plays on the Oberlin Field Hockey team. She has worked for SCARCE an environmental nonprofit in IL along with The Anando Trust in Kolkata, India. She is excited to continue working with the Oberlin community on their endeavors to become more sustainable. When not being a nerd over policy, you can find her making lots of Indian food or having random dance parties.

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Wenling Li '21


Wenling is a fourth-year Environmental Studies and Economics major from Chengdu, China. Wenling is interested in environmental and energy economics and she believes in using financial capital to propel environmental sustainability. Wenling enjoys being part of the Green EDGE Fund as it allows her to engage with innovation and initiatives that promote local sustainability. She was also the sustainability intern for the City of Oberlin for Summer 2020 and a former student senator. In her free time, Wenling enjoys jogging, yoga, and baking.


Alayna Bierly ’22

Account Manager

My name is Alayna, and I am a third-year from Mount Vernon, NY. I am majoring in Environmental Studies and working towards possibly adding a Sociology minor to my degree. I am very passionate about sustainable building design and urban planning. I am excited to be a Green EDGE Fund board member to continue fostering relationships with Oberlin community members and to actively promote a variety of sustainable initiatives in our Oberlin community. I love painting and collaging, growing vegetables and herbs to use in my cooking and baking, and constantly accumulating new books in the hopes that I will soon make time to read them!


Phoebe von Conta '22

CMF Liason

Phoebe von Conta is a third-year Environmental Studies and Hispanic Studies double major from central Massachusetts, passionate about community design based sustainable solutions and projects. She is also involved as Community Voices manager of Oberlin's Environmental Dashboard, and an ENVS rep! Phoebe is a member of the cross country and track team, and can be found taking pictures of everything or adding nutritional yeast to popcorn. She is excited to continue connecting and collaborating with members within the college and community to redefine what sustainability in Oberlin can look like! 

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Justin Lee '22

Public Outreach coordinator

My name is Justin, and I am a third-year Biology and Environmental Studies major from Williamsburg, VA. While all environmental topics are equally important, I am passionate about Environmental Justice and Policy. I am excited to be a part of the Green Edge Fund because it allows me to engage with the Oberlin community regarding sustainability. Besides working for the Green Edge Fund, I play on Oberlin's Tennis team.

What is the Green EDGE Fund?

The Green EDGE Fund finances projects within the Oberlin community that promote broad environmental sustainability and/or reduce resource consumption.

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Fall 2020 Deadlines

Pre-Proposals: October 6th

Proposals: November 6th

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