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Our Team

Amanda King
Amanda King
Executive Director of Sustainability

Amanda King serves as Bentley University’s Executive Director of Sustainability. Ms. King oversees the university’s Office of Sustainability where she guides initiatives aimed at engaging the campus community in achieving Bentley’s greenhouse gas reduction and sustainability targets per Bentley’s signatory status with The Presidents’ Climate Commitment. The Office of Sustainability’s mission is to mobilize sustainable leadership in business by educating students on the business imperative of “triple-bottom line” thinking: considering social and environmental measures along with economic results. Under Ms. King’s leadership the university has achieved a Gold rating for campus-wide sustainability efforts from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education and constructed the nation’s first LEED Platinum certified standalone ice arena. Ms. King also leads the Office of Sustainability’s partnership with faculty teaching sustainability topics across the undergraduate and graduate curricula and development of co-curricular learning opportunities for students. Over her nearly 10 years at the institution, Ms. King has also worked to expand sustainable business career opportunities for Bentley graduates through a strong partnership with the university’s award winning Career Services office and by creating connections with sustainable businesses and organizations in the Greater Boston Area.

Natalie Hayes
Natalie Hayes
Associate Director of Sustainability

Natalie joined Bentley University in 2012 and works to achieve the Office of Sustainability’s mission to mobilize sustainable leadership in business by educating students on the business imperative of “triple-bottom line” thinking: considering social and environmental measures along with economic results. Natalie is in charge of programming and student management within the Office of Sustainability including managing 5 student interns.  In her time at Bentley, Natalie helped refine the move out donation program increasing donations by 38% since 2012 and created Alternative Transportation week in 2017. Natalie has contributed to the Gold rating for campus-wide sustainability efforts from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education and Bronze Bicycle Friendly Certification through the League of American Bicyclists. Bentley also has won the Rising Star Spotlight award through MassDOT in 2018 through her leadership. Natalie serves on the AASHE Diversity Advisory Council, the Campus Advisory Board of the Post Landfill Action Network and the Board of the Waltham Land Trust.

Office of Sustainability Student Leaders

The Office of Sustainability relies on a team of 5 paid student leaders who help execute and oversee the campus-wide initiatives that help us get closer and closer to our community goals. The program cultivates professional skills and provides students with hands on learning opportunities, which are integral considering the increasing emphasis on corporate-social responsibility in the business world.Students can apply each spring for the positions the following fall. If you are interested in applying to be a Sustainability Student Leader please email us at GA_Bentley_sustainability@bentley.edu.

Kiana Kanoa

Kiana Kanoa

Public Relations Manager

Class of 2020

Faizan Shariff

Faizan Shariff

Public Relations and Outreach Assistant

Class of 2022

Sophie Rodgers

Sophie Rodgers

Office of Sustainability Student Assistant

Class of 2020

Gia Hoa Lam

Gia Hoa Lam

Education and Outreach Coordinator

Class of 2022

Evan Welty

Evan Welty

Events Coordinator

Class of 2021

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