Our Purpose

The role of our office is to offer support to everyone on campus and the surrounding community with their sustainability efforts and initiatives. Our charge is more than the traditional green movement - but about being smart about the choices we make today and the benefits it has on the bottom line, community wellbeing and environment. To achieve the desired outcomes for a future state of Institution-wide sustainability, we will work to:

  • Establish a campus-wide culture of sustainability by incorporating sustainable practices and thinking into every aspect of campus life
  • Share values, goals, measures and implementation strategies across the primary functions of the Institute
  • Meet people where they are on their sustainable journey and help them recognize their role in creating sustainable outcomes
  • Encourage collaboration across administrative departments, academics, research, athletics and community partners
  • Measure, track and report progress toward sustainability goals and communicate results clearly and transparently

JulieAnne Williamson

JulieAnne Williamson is the Interim Director for Sustainable Management and Operations and is the Assistant Vice President for Administration and Finance.

Anne Rogers

Anne Rogers

Anne Rogers is the Associate Director of the Office of Campus Sustainability. Anne is from Ann Arbor, Michigan and graduated from Denison University with a degree in Environmental Studies.

Sarah Neville

GT Sustainability Coordinator Sarah Neville

Sarah Neville began her role as Sustainability Coordinator in January 2017. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, she has a Bachelor and Master of Science in Environmental Policy from the University of Michigan.

Diana Tiernan

Diana Tiernan

Diana Tiernan is the Program Administrator. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Child and Family Development and is currently pursuing her MBA from Georgia State University.

Student Assistants

Our Spring 2018 Students Assistants are Michael Bryan II, Nina Sing, and Sarah Lowry. Students play a vital role in helping Georgia Tech advance its goal of creating a sustainable campus. A variety of employment opportunities are available for Georgia Tech students to take a leadership role in tackling the big environmental issues we face. If interested, email sustain@gatech.edu for more information. 

Michael Bryan II

Michael Bryan II is majoring in Environmental Engineering and minoring in Economics.  Michael also actively participates in the National society of Black Engineers (GT Branch), and is a student tour guide for Tech’s African American Recruitment Team (AART). Outside of GT Michael is an active member of both the Atlanta Sustainable Student Council (ATLSSC) and the Atlanta RCE youth network. Following graduation Michael hopes to continue to work with the RCE, and hopefully take up a position in the City of Atlanta working with the Office of Sustainability or Office of Resilience.

Sarah Lowry

Sarah Lowry is a second-year Environmental Engineering. Sarah is also involved with the Association of Environmental Engineers (AEES) and GT Swim Club. Following her graduation she intends to earn her master’s degree in Public Health.

Nina Sing

Nina Sing is a third-year from Roswell, Georgia pursuing a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Marketing. At Tech Nina is a part of the Women’s Recruitment Team and an active member of Greek Life. Apart from academics Nina enjoys traveling, yoga, and costume parties. Following graduation Nina plans to pursue medical industry experience and attend graduate school. 

Come Visit Us!

We are located in Lyman Hall, Suite 206.