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Raider profile: Claire Lichtenstein ‘16

By Gordon Brillon on January 11, 2016

I am a senior from New York City, majoring in Environmental Studies and Educational Studies. On campus, I am the leader of the Green Earth Gang club, a Senior Senator within the Student Government Association, member of the External Affairs Committee, as well as the University Property Committee. This is my third year as a Green Raider Intern for the Office of Sustainability. In this role, I have developed a sustainable walking map for the Colgate website, spearheaded the Campus Conservation Nationals competition on campus, and organized the Green Ambassadors program. I strongly believe in the value of environmental education to promote sustainable lifestyles and behaviors, especially in the lives of busy college students. Sustainability can be an engaging, powerful, and uniting force, allowing groups of individuals to come together and work towards a common goal. I am very excited to continue my work with the Green Raider program, and hope to continue developing educational programming and initiatives this year.

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