Shanah Faith Trevenna is the student sustainability coordinator of Sustainable Saunders, an initiative at University of Hawai‘i at Manoa to evolve Saunders Hall into a model of sustainability for the campus and beyond. With a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, she merges a decade of experience working for corporations such as IBM and Philips with a passion for grassroots community empowerment to implement sustainable solutions.
She recently received the UH President’s Making the Elephants Dance Award, which acknowledges individuals who successfully develop innovative ways to improve the university’s service to students and the community.
In June of 2008 she made a presention at Harvard University to Sustainability Coordinators from across the country.
A graduate student in UH Manoa’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, she looks forward to being a professor of sustainability.
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