Location: Bassis Center for Student Learning Suite 107
Mailing Address: 1840 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Environmental Center Staff
Monica Ferreira, Outreach Coordinator
Monica Ferreira has been with Westminster College since 2005, first as the State Representative of the Jane Goodall Institute's Roots & Shoots program, and now as the Environmental Center Outreach Coordinator. Under her leadership, dozens of schools and youth groups (including Westminster) have become active in Roots & Shoots. Monica helps connect Westminster's Environmental Center to the larger community through the Eco-Reps, annual Food Leadership Conference, Youth Environmental Fair, and many other programs throughout the year. Keep an eye out for her at the next local green event!
Kerry Case, Environmental Center Director
Kerry Case joined Westminster College in August 2006 to create and direct the Environmental Center. Prior to joining Westminster, Kerry was with Utah State University, serving as Director of the Utah House, a green building demonstration and learning center. While in that capacity, Kerry helped educate tens of thousands of Utahns about energy and water conservation. She holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor’s in English from the University of Colorado. In addition to her professional passion for sustainability, Kerry finds personal inspiration while gardening, hiking, and fly fishing in Utah’s unique landscape.
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Alizabeth Potucek, Garden Cooridinator
Alizabeth hails from Spokane, Washington. She is very interested in food issues and gardening. When not absorbed in her school work, Liz helps manage the garden. In her spare time, you can find Liz shredding powda, biking, or cooking goodies. For the most part, she is a pretty fun person.
Andrew Butterfield, Bike Collective Coordinator
Andrew graduated high school in Boise, Idaho. He decided to play in the snow for a couple years and is finally a sophomore at Westminster College working towards a degree in biology. When he is not found holed up in his room studying, in the classroom, or on the lacrosse field, he can commonly be found on a bike, on skis, in a bike shop, in a tent, and in many other exciting places. As a technician for The Westminster Bicycle Collective, the only thing you really need to know about him is he is one of the only true bike snobs that will help you with bike-related things.
Morgan Anderson, Student Sustainability Coordinator
Morgan graduated high school in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland and is currently working towards a degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in fun. Morgan enjoys many thrilling activities including biking, hiking, rafting, and dancing. She has a vast array of academic interests and ideas for her future. Right now, she is just excited working to make Westminster a greener place.
Hannah Oblock, Bike Collective Coordinator
Hannah Oblock works at the Center as the Bioneers Intern and Outreach Coordinator for the Bike Collective. She is majoring in Public Health and minoring in Spanish. Hannah's free time consists of going on bike rides, cooking with friends, playing with her corgi, and enjoying Utah to the max! If Hannah could change places with anyone, she would take over reporting for Rachel Maddow because Rachel tells it like it is. In her actual career, she hopes to travel to many different countries and help change people's health for the better.
Leslie Kobinsky, Community Events Coordinator
From Oregon, Leslie is a senior at Westmini studying Environmental Science and Anthropology, with a passion for environmental justice and indigenous rights. Free time consists of reading, snowboarding, traveling, camping, theatre, penpal-ing, and volunteering. She is currently learning how to circular breathe on her didgeridoo.
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Thanks to all our past employees. We miss you!