Meet the Interns
Brhianna Malcom Engagement Coordinator
Sustainable Waste Intern
Grant Outreach Intern
Engagement Coordinator: Brhianna Malcolm
Sustainable Waste Intern: Paige Morgan
I am a double major in Marketing and Environmental Studies. I'm hoping to become a recycling version of Ed Stafford with these two majors haha. I love sustainability because it is the only way to thank Mother Nature for letting me be a part of this world. It was hard in Southern California, where I'm from, to appreciate her beauty since I felt like I was in a sardine can with the amount of people, but Utah is a whole neither story. Living here the past year and a half has sparked a new spiritual depth passion for sustainability. I still have a lot of work to do in the sustainability switch, and if you're reading this, I hope you keep working hard with me too!
Grant Outreach Intern: Peter Harrison
(Currently a senior in the interior design program at Utah State University, Peter Harrison is both passionate about sustainability and the belief that design should be a force for social good. He is involved in many different social and political organizations at Utah State including the International Interior Design Association and the American Society of Interior Designers. He also serves as the president for the USU Student Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council where he advocates for increased awareness about LEED and other sustainable building design practices. Upon graduation he plans to relocate to the mecca of sustainable design work, Portland, Oregon to work at a firm that heavily focuses on non-profit and social justice projects.
Energy Intern: Zackary Webb
Program Director: Kate Stephens
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Kate is the Coordinator of the USU Student Sustainability Office and Assistant Director of the Center for Civic Engagement, has been a part of the national service movement for over 20 years. Prior to her current position, Kate served as the Program Director for Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) for 12 years. She is the founder of Common Ground Outdoor Adventures, a non-profit adaptive outdoor recreation program. Kate also served as a VISTA Leader in Logan, a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador and an environmental educator at Teton Science School. In an effort to develop a more diverse and inclusive Conservation Corps, Kate started the UCC’s Access to Service inclusion project and Bilingual Youth Corps. Kate has received local, regional and national recognition for her work to include underrepresented populations in national service. Kate has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology and M.A. in Environmental Education.