Name: Danica Simonet
Studying: Peace Studies and German Major with an emphasis in Forced Migration
Position: Sustainability Representative
Why did you join Senate: My passion for creating a more peaceful world drove me to run for Saint Ben's Senate. I believe that, for us to combat climate change, we must involve every single human being, and this change starts on campus. I know we can continue creating a culture of sustainability and I am excited to be a part of the journey.
How long have you been on Senate: This is my first year on the Saint Ben's Senate!
Favorite study spot on campus: My favorite study spot on campus is outside on the grass with some fascinating Peace Studies readings in my hand!
Other activities on campus: I am also a part of Extending the Link, Peer Resource Program, Joint Student Muslim Society, and the President of the Peace Studies Club
Sustainability Representative Duties:
A. Have one vote.
B. Promote and educate the community about campus issues pertaining to the three tiers of sustainability: economy, equity, and environment.
C. Serve as liaison between the administration and students on campus sustainability issues.
D. Meet with CSB Facilities and Grounds Director as need arises.
E. Be a member of the Arboretum Advisory Council.
F. Be a member of the College Sustainability Council.
G. Serve as liaison for the Full Circle Greenhouse.
H. Plan the annual “Swap Shop” event to be held during Spring Semester, D Mod.
I. Ensure that the college remains dedicated to its sustainability commitments.
J. Serve as a member of the Building and Grounds Committee on the Board of Trustees.
K. Serve as a member of the Landscape Master Plan Committee and Implementation process.
L. Be an active member of the Sustainability Alliance.