Daniela Beall named as University’s sustainability coordinator
In support of UW-Green Bay’s commitment to sustainability as a core strategic priority, Daniela Beall joins the University as its new sustainability coordinator on Aug. 24, 2021. Working in the Chancellor’s Office alongside the Office of Sustainability and the Sustainability Committee, Beall will lead UW-Green Bay’s sustainability initiatives and help guide the development and implementation of its Climate Action Plan and AASHE STARS submission.
“With a holistic lens, she will actively engage the campus community and external partners as we work to earn our ‘Eco U’ designation and infuse sustainability in the culture at all of our campus locations,” according to John Arendt, director, Environmental Management & Business Institute & Office of Sustainability.
Beall comes to the University from Goucher College, where, as sustainability coordinator, she helped guide the college’s sustainability strategic planning, data collection, and reporting. As a grant recipient, she trained and supervised student interns while collaborating with faculty and staff on campus sustainability programming and workshops. She holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Baltimore & Towson University, and her work is informed by undergraduate studies at Cornell University (2007-2009) and Towson University (2012-2014) culminating in a B.S. in Environmental Science & Studies. As an undergraduate and graduate student, she spent four years developing and leading environmental engagement programs such as the Eco-Reps program, Retreat for Environmental Action, and Environmental Conference at Towson University. As a learner and educator at heart, she has taught college classes in massage therapy and urban food systems.