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Second Nature and the Intentional Endowments Network welcome you to this platform for learning, planning, acting, and leading together on climate and justice on our campuses, in our communities, and across our society and economy.


The next milestone of live programming will take place on October 7 & 8, 2021.


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Thursday, June 10 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Next Level Conversations - Curriculum & Community Engagement

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In this session, you’ll hear silo-breaking updates from peers leading on climate justice through universities’ curriculum design and collaborative work to address issues affecting communities well-being. In constructive presentations, experts in the field will share their experience at the cutting edge of trends - and why you should follow up to implement these action steps on your campus/in your organization. After hearing what’s new across the field, you’ll have an opportunity right away to start digging deeper by joining a smaller, peer-to-peer conversation with the experts on the topic of your choice. Can’t pick just one? There will also be an opportunity to book 1-1 or small group time with the presenters during tomorrow’s open meeting space or times throughout the next week. Topics include:
Topic 1: Educating the Next Generation of Sustainable Investment Leaders: Starting and Managing a Student-Managed Investment Fund
Topic 2: Betting on Social Progress: Breckinridge and the Social Progress Imperative
Topic 3: Campus-Community Partnerships on Climate Action: Applications of the EPIC model
Topic 4: Reinforcing Resilience: Going beyond traditional hazard assessments to bolster adaptive capacity


Moderators
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Marshall Curry

Program Manager, EPIC-N
Marshall Curry joined EPIC-N in September 2017. He manages day-to-day operations, and provides support to member programs and  board members, while living in his hometown of Springfield, Oregon. He received a MPA and a MS in Educational Leadership from the University of Oregon in... Read More →

Speakers
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Korin Tangtrakul

Sustainability Manager, Drexel University
Korin Tangtrakul is the Sustainability Manager for the Sustainable Water Resource Engineering (SWRE) Lab under Dr. Franco Montalto of Drexel University. With experience in geography, urban planning, green infrastructure, community engagement and environmental activism, Korin's current... Read More →
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Susanna Gibbons, CFA

Faculty & Managing Director, David S. Kidwell Funds Enterprise at the University of Minnesota
Susanna has over 30 years of investment industry experience across multiple asset classes - equities, alternatives, and fixed income; and multiple roles - analytical, portfolio management, consulting, and educational. She serves on the Investment Advisory Council for the Minnesota... Read More →
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Kayla Hickman

Sustainability Coordinator, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
Kayla Hickman has spent 3 years working within the field of higher education sustainability, and is currently the Sustainability Coordinator at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). She assists UMBC in achieving its carbon neutrality goal through engaging faculty, staff... Read More →
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Tim Coffin

Director, Sustainability, Breckinridge
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Anne Reichman

Director, Sustainable Cities Network, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation, Arizona State University
Anne is Director of Arizona State University’s (ASU) Sustainable Cities Network, an award winning program within ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability (GIOS) that is comprised of city, county and tribal community practitioners and leaders in sustainability-related... Read More →
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Steven Russell

Program Manager of Project Cities, Arizona State University
Steve Russell is the Program Manager of Project Cities, at Arizona State University’s Sustainable Cities Network. In this capacity, Russell coordinates research projects to help municipal governments to advance their sustainability goals. Russell holds a Master’s Degree in Public... Read More →
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Laura Martin

Associate Director of the McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement, University of Mississippi
Dr. Laura Martin serves as Associate Director of the McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement, a center at the University of Mississippi that fights poverty through education, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Laura engages faculty, staff, students, and community... Read More →
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Mazi Ferguson

Interim Director, Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships, University of South Florida
As the Assistant Program Director of OCEP, Mazi provides strategic and operational direction and support for the programming efforts for community engagement for the Tampa Campus. Mazi develops internal systems and materials for program delivery and service while acting as a resource... Read More →
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Karan Kishorepuria

Director of Fund Development at NUImpact, Northeastern University
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Ryan Kmetz

Assistant Director of Sustainability, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
Ryan Kmetz is a climate resilience and sustainability professional whose work is focused on using data-driven GIS to solve complex problems while simultaneously telling compelling stories. Kmetz serves on Second Nature's Resilience working group and has spoken on GIS and climate resilience... Read More →


Thursday June 10, 2021 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
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