EcoMotion is pleased to announce that Emily Schweitzer has joined Campus Services in New England. She will be based with the team at Impact Hub Boston.
Emily Schweitzer brings a strong background in student engagement and leadership development to EcoMotion and our campus clients. As a student at Clark University, Emily founded and headed the Ecological Representatives (Eco-Reps) and Ecological Volunteers (Eco-Teers) programs and later served as the Campus Organizer for Power Shift 2009. Building off of this momentum, Emily brought the Leadership Campaign to Worcester schools, generating robust student-led movements on three universities advocating for bold climate change policy in Massachusetts, involving sleep-outs on the Boston Commons and lobbying of local officials.
At EcoMotion, Emily now serves as the Campus Sustainability Coordinator and is organizing sustainability efforts on campuses on a half dozen New England campuses, in Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and Maine. She’ll also be assisting with student engagement efforts, sustainability projects, and program development.
In her free time, Emily can be found running outside (weather permitting), shopping at farmers markets, and face timing with her brother. Emily holds a B.A. in Global Environmental Studies and an M.A. in International Development and Social Change, both from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.