Kendall Gray ’20 graduated with a B.S. in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability. Previously, she worked with the Oyster River Cooperative School District (ORCSD) as its Sustainability Fellow. She first analyzed the structural, procedural, cultural, and educational efficacy of the district’s waste management system through on-site waste audits and online behavioral surveys. And then analyzed the district’s FY 2014 to FY 2020 greenhouse gas inventory and recommended tangible carbon reduction initiatives for inclusion in the district’s Sustainability Management Plan.
Beyond her work with ORCSD, Kendall worked with the UNH Sustainability Institute (UNHSI). As the Campus Climate Action Planning Fellow, she worked with the UNH Energy Task Force to analyze high performance building standards and internal carbon pricing as institutional carbon reduction tools for inclusion in the university’s climate action plan “WildCAP.” As the Engagement and Outreach Intern, she managed the university’s Sustainability Advocates who are elected resident hall students tasked with educating their local communities about on- and off-campus sustainability topics.
Kendall rejoins UNHSI as its Changemaker Collaborative Program Assistant. She manages the behind-the-scenes work for UNH’s student-facing sustainability programs such as Sustainability Fellowships, Semester in the City, and Social Venture Innovation Challenge. She also mentors students engaged in UNH’s Sustainability Advocates and Sustainability Dual Major programs, ensuring that students get the most of their experience and accomplish their semesterly goals.