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Rob Andrejewski

Rob Andrejewski
Director of Sustainability
randreje@richmond.edu
Office: (804) 287-1268

About Rob

Cassandra Collins

Cassandra Collins
Communications Coordinator
ccollin2@richmond.edu  
Office: (804) 662-3016

Cassandra oversees the office's web, social media, and print communications. She also contributes to event planning, scheduling, and administrative tasks. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with degrees in Communication Arts and German, she went on to work with an international non-profit as their Communications Director. With a background in graphic design and social media management, she is excited to communicate the story of sustainability at University of Richmond from both institutional and individual perspectives. 

2016-2017 Sustainability Interns

Claire LeCornu

Claire LeCornu

Claire is a junior from Austin, Texas majoring in math and PPEL. In the office, she is responsible for tracking the University's annual greenhouse gas emissions and writing our climate action plan. A few of her favorite things are dogs, tacos, hiking, and any activity you can do on the water. After witnessing first hand many of the effects of climate change, she has been inspired to tackle this issue in any way she can.

Sarah Wang

Sarah Wang

Sarah is a junior pursuing a Biology major and Business Administration minor. She is interested in sustainability because she wants to learn how to integrate sustainable choices into her lifestyle. Sarah is also interested in seeing what a sustainable lifestyle would look like for the student body in a university context. As the recycling intern for the Office for Sustainability, she is becoming a recycling expert and working with her team to influence change on campus.


Jenny Kearney

Jenny Kearney

Jenny is a sophomore studying PPEL (politics, philosophy, economics and law) with a concentration in Political Science and a History minor. She has always been interested in sustainability, springing from her lifelong love of travelling and the outdoors. Jenny currently operates as the dining intern at the Office for Sustainability, working on event planning, supporting dining initiatives around campus and overall trying to change the way the University Community views dining in terms of its global impact.


Ashley James

Ashley James is a Junior from Chester, VA majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Biology. She has been passionate about the environment since the third grade when she proudly declared that she wanted to be an environmentalist when she grew up. She works as an Office for Sustainability intern where she manages the UR Office Supply Exchange (UROSE) and assists with other office duties.


Don Edmonds

Don Edmonds

Don is a senior pursuing a double major in Environmental Studies and Geography. He first learned about the concept of sustainability in one of his Geography classes sophomore year and realized how important it is for the future of both society and the environment. As a student at UR, it is exciting for him to see how food, water, and energy sustainability are becoming more important topics among the student body. Don is glad to be working in the Office for Sustainability as the Academic and Supergroup intern where he gets to connect student groups with different sustainable projects going on all over campus.


Alice Allan

Alice Allan

Alice is a senior majoring in International Business and minoring in Spanish. She has always been interested in sustainability, as she believes it is an essential practice in order to secure the planet’s future. Alice hopes to use her business background in order to get into the renewable energy business and do her part to help promote sustainable energy. Here at the Office for Sustainability, she is the Energy Intern, responsible for working to educate about the on-campus solar array, exploring the feasibility of off-campus renewables, and being the point of contact for energy-related questions and information for student groups.


Olga Sokolova

Olga Sokolova

Olga is studying Business Administration with an Accounting Major.  She is interested in sustainability because she believes companies have a strong responsibility for society and future generations, especially big corporations that often operate across the world and carry greater impact on people and the environment. Olga wants to continue her career in Sustainability Accounting in order to help firms establish a strong system that will be able to track all inputs and outputs of their business, together with current and future environmental impact. In the Office for Sustainability, she conducts economic analyses of proposed sustainability projects, reviews and evaluates potential cost saving measures, supports the business case for sustainability, and helps to establish new key performance indicators.


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28 Westhampton Way
Puryear 114
University of Richmond, Virginia 23173

(804) 287-1268 |sustainability@richmond.edu

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