UNH Enactus

Enactus is a club for students who are interested in social or environmental change on a local or global level. ALL majors are welcome because it truly takes a village to enact change. You don’t have to have any experience in volunteering or changemaking, just a willingness to learn and a hunger to make a difference and feel empowered!

Contact UNH Enactus President, Kathryn Dwyer to get involved today!

 

Enactus  UNH president Kathryn DwyerKathryn Dwyer | UNH Enactus President

Kathryn Dwyer is a sophomore majoring in Social Work with a minor in Women’s Studies and is from Hooksett, New Hampshire. She is the Founder and Co-President of Enactus on campus and is excited to work with fellow students in order to create the change they want to see in the world. During her time outside of UNH, Kathryn does solo volunteering trips in Central and South America to work with local NGOs to promote sustainable community development. She has lived in Guatemala for three weeks and in Ecuador for a month. Kathryn hopes to apply some of those skills on a more local scale and looks forward to seeing what social problems other students are passionate about! 

 

 

Liam Sundling | UNH Enactus Co-President

Liam Sundling is a senior majoring in Environmental Engineering and is from Oak Park, Illinois. He is the is the Co-President of Enactus at UNH. On campus in his free time, he is part of the Greek fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha and can be found at the Hamel Rec Center rock climbing or out hiking. During the winter you can catch him at Loon or Sunday River snowboarding with his brothers. Enactus gives me a place at UNH to help make a difference in the world.