Director, Andrew PredmoreAndrew Predmore, Director of Sustainability, is responsible for cultivating the Transitions Lab (IU's take on the living-learning laboratory model) program in sustainability at Indiana University Bloomington. The Transitions Lab seeks to connect student learning, campus operations, and faculty research.
Andrew joined the Office of Sustainability in August 2014, and came to IUOS from the University of Illinois Springfield, where he was an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies. In addition to teaching courses on environmental and natural resource policy and environmental ethics, he served as chair of the Campus Senate Committee on Sustainability. Predmore has a BA from the University of Virginia, an MS from Auburn University, and earned his PhD from Virginia Tech in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation in 2009.Contact: email@example.comPhone: 812-855-2818
Assistant Director, Makayla BonneyAs Assistant Director, Makayla Bonney is responsible for monitoring the internship program in sustainability, providing leadership for sustainability initiatives in campus operations and facilities, and tracking the University's sustainability performance across a variety of sectors for internal and public reports, including AASHE STARS. Makayla joined the Office of Sustainability in January 2016.
Makayla holds degrees in Geography and Environmental Resource Management (B.S.) and Geography and Environmental Sustainability (M.S.) from Southern Illinois University where she served as Chair of the SIU Sustainability Council and was Co-Chair and founder of the Sustainable Procurement Working Group. As an intern with National Geographic, Makayla studied the role of geoliteracy in introducing sustainability concepts in P-12 education.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 812-855-3730
Sustainability Specialist, Ashlee Wilson FujawaAshlee Wilson Fujawa recently joined the Office of Sustainability to communicate the tremendous impact of campus-wide sustainability efforts to both internal and external audiences. In her role as Sustainability Specialist, Ashlee will promote IUOS’s undertaking to leverage talent on the IU campus, and beyond, through targeted marketing and outreach campaigns, as well as facilitating and evaluating sustainability internship and scholars programs, and advising sustainability-oriented student organizations.
Ashlee brings with her an extensive background in brand management, public relations and multi-channel marketing with a focus on nonprofit and community development. Prior to joining IUOS, Ashlee held the position of PR Director for Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, the city’s largest volunteer organization. While there Ashlee perfected the organization’s messaging and outreach strategy, and worked closely to find opportunities to creatively leverage community greening programming efforts—both locally and nationally that focused on brand consistent, mission based storytelling initiatives. An IU alum, Ashlee holds a BA in Journalism and Political Science, and an MS in Secondary Education.Contact: email@example.com
Programs Assistant, Becky WilsonAs the Programs Assistant, Becky Wilson provides logistical support, manages budgets and maintains documentation for the Office of Sustainability programs and events; processes E-House access and calendar management; and responds to all campus sustainability inquiries.
Becky joined the IU Office of Sustainability (IUOS) in September 2017. Prior to joining IUOS, Becky was the Scheduling Supervisor for the Department of Chemistry, as well as the Office Services Assistant for both the Department of Chemistry and Contract and Grants Administration and has worked for Indiana University since September 2001.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 812-855-9195
Service Corps Fellows
Greek Sustainability, Lane Fulton
- Lane S. Fulton is a Service Corps Fellow and a first year MPA candidate in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, with concentrations in Policy Analysis and Public Management. Lane did his undergraduate studies at Indiana University, Bloomington, majoring in History and Political Science, while minoring in Sociology and Law & Public Policy. After a thorough vetting process, Lane was mutually placed with IUOS for his Service Corps Fellowship as Greek Sustainability Coordinator. Already in his time with IUOS, he has made good headway with the Greek community at IU, and is very excited to spend the next two years furthering that progress, making sustainability one of the mot forefront issues for this driving force community on campus. These goals go hand-in-hand with his goals of improving everyday life and habits for a cleaner, more efficient future for all!"