Who Is My Eco-Rep?

Claire Cappella

Davis Center Eco-Rep

Claire is an Environmental Studies major with a minor in Economics and well as Green Building and Community Development. She has a primary interest in sustainability, envionmental policy and clean energy. She has been studying environmental science since her junior year in high school. Her other hobbies include photography, traveling, snowboarding, hiking and horsebck riding.

Connor Herbruck

Change Agent

Connor is majoring in business with a sustainability focus and is also working towards a minor in environmental studies. He is passionate about implementing conservation practices to preserve earth's ecosystems for both ecological and recreational reasons. In his free time he enjoys hiking, canoeing/kayaking, scuba-diving, and fly fishing.

Ella Halpine

Design Manager

Ella is an Environmental Studies major in the College of Arts and Sciences, with a concentration in Food, Land, and Community. She also minors in Food Systems and French. Ella loves working with food justice and supporting local, organic agriculture, and is passionate about decreasing the amount of food wasted in the United States. 

Isabella Maidoff

Change Agent

From the island of Martha's Vineyard, food, community, and reslience are some of the most important things to Bella. As an Environmental Studies major in the Rubenstein school with a Food Systems minor, Bella is excited to share her passions with the greater UVM community.

Lily Zanta

Photo/Video Manager

Lily is majoring in Environmental Science in the Rubenstein School. She is primarily interested in food systems and public health, and how to improve inequalities in the environmental field. She also has a passion for environmental education and outreach.

Madeline Joslin

Change Agent

Madeline is an Environmental Studies major from Raleigh, North Carolina. Within her major, she is concentrating in Environmental and Human Health specifically concerning health disparities based on race and socioeconomic class. Madeline is also interested in environmental justice and horticultural therapy and loves biking and art.

Melody Riddell-Wilder

Davis Center Eco-Rep

Melody is an Environmental Studies major in the Rubenstein school, minoring in Economics. She is interested in environmental justice issues as well as issues of sustainable community development. She also enjoys environmental outreach and education.

Victoria Giacchino

Change Agent

Victoria is a zoology major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She hopes to work hands-on with wildlife as a career, perhaps at a wildife refuge or conducting research. She enjoys drawing and the outdoors.