Johan is a Hispanic Studies and Economics major from Minneapolis, Minnesota. A lifelong environmentalist, Johan has worked in the offices of Senator Amy Klobuchar, Representative Keith Ellison, the League of Conservation Voters, and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. On campus, he is involved with WOBC, Student Senate, SITES and loves to support green initiatives to improve sustainability and reduce the college’s carbon footprint.
Audrey Kamal '22
My name is Audrey, I am a sophomore here at Oberlin. I am an intended double major in Environmental Studies and Comparative American Studies. Besides working on the Green Edge Fund, I also work for the Adam Joseph Lewis Center’s Living Machine, I also volunteer with Cleveland Legal Aid and play on Oberlin’s Field Hockey team. I enjoy being Vice Chair of the Green EDGE Fund, because I am able to make all sorts of connections with Oberlin’s community both in and out of the college.
Emily Rosenberg '22
Hi, my name is Emily Rosenberg and I am the Green Edge Fund Treasurer for Fall 2019! I am currently a sophomore working towards a major in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Education and Religion. When I am not thinking up green initiatives, you can find me working at Slow Train Cafe, pickling vegetables, or mastering my sudoku skills. I am so excited to work together this year to turn our passions into action and our education into implementation!
Olivia Vasquez '20
Hi! I am an Environmental Studies and Computer Science major. I am interested in data visualization, specifically for showing earth processes and climate change, and I also work for Environmental Dashboard. I enjoy being on the Green Edge Fund because it allows me to connect with other passionate individuals on our board, at the College, and in the community. I love being a part of the process that makes these sustainable ideas come into fruition, and then eventually seeing its impact on Oberlin!
Stephan Ciulla '21
Stephan is a third-year Environmental Studies and Economics major from San Francisco, California who is passionate about sustainable environmental design. He is also involved on Oberlin's Campus Dining Committee and works as a digital marketing contractor for thatch.co. Stephan loves surfing, photography, and anything outdoors. He is excited to 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.
Wenling Li '21
Public Outreach Coordinator
Wenling is a third-year Environmental Studies and Economics double major from Chengdu, China. Wenling is very interested in environmental and energy economics. She believes in using capital to drive environmental changes. Wenling enjoys being part of the Green EDGE Fund as it allows her to engage with innovation and initiatives that propel local sustainability. On campus, she is also the sustainability liaison of the student senate and the chair of Oberlin Chinese Students Association. In her free time, Wenling enjoys jogging, yoga, playing badminton, and vlog making.
Hannah Scholl '21
Hannah Scholl is a third-year Politics and German double major from Wellesley, MA with a strong interest in a career related to environmental public policy. She firmly believes that while taking action at a national and global level is very important, it is also extremely vital to take action and make change at a local level in the community. She is very excited about the opportunity to work with other members of the college to pioneer the new board position of Project Generator and be a part of the sustainable change-making process! On campus, Hannah also enjoys being a politics research assistant, America Reads tutor, and member of the Oberlin College Choir.
Phoebe von Conta '22
Phoebe von Conta is a second year Environmental Studies major from central Massachusetts, passionate about community design based local sustainable solutions and projects. She is also involved as a community voices manager of Oberlin's Environmental Dashboard. Phoebe is a member of the cross country and track team, and can be found taking pictures of everything in her free time. She is excited to continue connecting and collaborating with members within the college and community to redefine what sustainability in Oberlin can look like.