The Sustainability Leadership Group for the Class of ’23 (SLG ’23) is comprised of 29 first-year students who serve as peer leaders in their respective residence halls. SLG members are selected through an application process at the beginning of their Wake Forest careers, meet several times each month, and work together to engage their peers in sustainable behavior change. Residence hall outreach, coordination with RAs, orchestration of a green dorm room challenge, and many other initiatives are all hallmarks of the program. Typical areas of focus include energy and water conservation, waste reduction, sustainable dining, consumption habits, and participation in sustainability-themed activities and events.
If you are a prospective Wake Forest student and are interested in more information about the program, including how you can get involved, please contact us at email@example.com.
SLG ’23 Student Leaders
|Angelou Hall||Owen Bell, Madeline Boyd, Christian Lee|
|Babcock Hall||Karly Bruder, Gretchen Castelloe, Julia Lauterbach, Sam Lowenhar, Josie Luizzi, Kelly Templeton|
|Bostwick Hall||Michaela Barrett, Jordan Bramley, Katie Bullock, Gaby de la Vega, Mac Grosscup, Lainey Markman, Sebastian Pauli, Ben Wilcox|
|Collins Hall||Lucy Owen, Ellie Proffitt, Caroline Zack|
|Johnson Hall||Sanford Miller, Charlotte Ramirez, Malindi Whyte|
|Luter Hall||Khushi Arya, Lydia Evans, Meredith Power|
|South Hall||Amanda Gage, Sarah Kirby, Brian Wong|
Students in first-year residence halls can participate in a self-assessment of their sustainability efforts. By: Caroline Walker ('22), Graphic Design Assistant for the Office of Sustainability. This article was originally published in the Old Gold & Black. With the issue of climate change increasingly capturing the attention of the public, more and more first-year students arrive on Wake Forest’s campus [...]