Friday, March 24, 2023 12:15pm to 1:15pm
About this Event
ALANA Cultural Center, 13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA#ENST
Join us for a panel exploring three different paths within the environmental field as we hear from speakers with close ties to the Colgate community.
Ashly Loibman graduated Colgate in 2020 with a double major in environmental studies and religion. After graduating, she was hired at Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) as a Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Conservation Fellow. She stayed on after the fellowship as the Stewardship Associate where she continues to manage an array of stewardship needs from water rights to environmental due diligence for POST's properties. While at POST, she's learned about land conservation and recognizes that land trusts play a significant role in land justice and how we approach it.
Pamela Gramlich is currently an associate at ESG consulting and research firm, Third Economy, where she serves as the Head of Climate and Environmental Solutions. In this role, she helps clients to measure and understand their greenhouse gas emissions, understand climate-related risks and opportunities, and prepare climate and environmental disclosures. Prior to joining Third Economy last year, she was the Assistant Director for Sustainability and Program Coordinator for Environmental Studies at Colgate University where she spent over five years supporting the University’s climate initiatives. Pamela received her bachelor’s degree from The Pennsylvania State University, where she studied communications, sustainability leadership, and sociology. In 2022, Pamela graduated from Nazareth College with an M.S. in Leadership and Organizational Change. She is a credentialed Sustainability Excellence Associate through the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and is currently pursuing her Sustainability and Climate Risk (SCR®) Certificate through the Global Association of Risk Professionals.
Becca Loomis is an environmental attorney and legal consultant at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). She focuses on ocean and climate issues, working to advance clean offshore energy, prevent offshore fossil fuel drilling, and promote responsible ocean climate solutions. Prior to her current position, Becca was a legal fellow through a joint program between NRDC and Yale Law School. She received her J.D. from Yale Law School and a master's in environmental management from the Yale School of the Environment. She attended Wesleyan University as an undergraduate, where she majored in psychology and Russian studies.
This event is cosponsored by Career Services.
Hamilton Whole Foods wraps will be provided, including vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free options.
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