2022 Sustainability Interns
Clare Nelson, Comprehensive Sustainability Plan Intern
Clare is a UVM Honors College graduate with a B.S. in civil engineering. She is currently pursuing an M.S. in civil engineering with a focus on transportation and sustainable policy development. Outside of the office, Clare has been an Eco-Rep, interned with the physical plant department, completed research on sustainable building materials, acted as secretary and president of the UVM chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and remains an active researcher with the UVM Transportation Research Center. Her research explores alternative fuels tax funding mechanisms as well as transportation challenges in small, rural communities. On the side, she's always up for long bike rides, snowboarding, painting, propagating plants, making delicious curries or giving haircuts. These days, her work with the office mainly revolves around supporting sustainable transportation plans with a focus on data analysis.
David Brantley, Transportation Intern
David is a senior environmental studies major at the Rubenstein school. He was a UVM Eco-Rep and a Sustainable Transportation Vermont intern with Burlington Public Works. Today, David focuses on educating students about bicycle ownership, regional transportation options, and how to live a car-free life in Burlington among other projects to facilitate sustainability on campus. He enjoys riding his bike to Lake Champlain, trying new modes of transportation, visiting Vermont's farms, and studying personal finance.
Kelley Billharz, Waste Intern
Physical & Mailing Address:
Office of Sustainability
Marsh Hall Suite 9
31 Spear Street
Burlington, VT 05405