Kendall is an Outreach and Engagement Intern at the Sustainability Institute. She helps engage student stakeholders to learn more about their experiences and perceptions related to campus energy use, dining, and waste disposal; and educates and supports students to contribute to a more sustainable UNH, as part of specific campus events or campaigns. Specifically, Kendall works with students in the residence halls to reduce their waste, energy consumption, and water use.
Originally from Maryland, Kendall is a rising senior completing her Bachelor’s in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability with minors in Community Planning and Spanish. As a student, Kendall has worked as the coordinator of the Student Environmental Action Coalition to create campus-wide Zero Waste and Fight the Granite Bridge Pipeline campaigns, to manage composting initiatives across campus housing, and to raise awareness of current environmental issues. Last summer, Kendall completed a month-long scuba conservation program on Little Corn Island, Nicaragua. Her academic interests include community planning, equitable food systems, and sustainable development. She looks forward to working with the University of New Hampshire’s Energy Office and Sustainability Institute to explore ways to reduce the campus’s carbon footprint and to draft its five-year climate action plan.