Domi is a junior from Fort Worth, Texas majoring in Civil Engineering with a minor in Resiliency and Sustainability of Engineering Systems. Domi lives in Flaherty Hall where she plays on the interhall volleyball team and is one of the Sustainability Commissioners. In her free time, she likes to hang out with friends, read, or go for a run. She hopes to travel in her career to increase the resiliency of cities from all over the world and one day work with her older sister who studied environmental science at Notre Dame. Domi enjoys ceramics, and can even throw on the pottery wheel blindfolded.
Jess is a junior from Zachary, Louisiana. She is an Anthropology and Sociology double major with a minor in Science, Technology and Values, and a minor in Sustainability. Her goal through her internship with the Office of Sustainability is to make sustainability a larger part of everyone's lives. She hopes to help Notre Dame students learn the importance of being sustainable and making a positive impact on the environment, even though small everyday actions. Jess was a proud and active Whirlwind in Welsh Family Hall before moving off-campus for this semester. Outside of the Office of Sustainability, Jess works as a research assistant at the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning. She is also a FIREstarter with the Gender Relations Center, focusing on violence prevention. In her free time, she enjoys painting, cooking, and baking."
Mathilda is a sophomore environmental science and global affairs double major from Mercer Island, Washington. She lives in Cavanaugh Hall and is a tour guide for the university as well as a member of hall council, the Glynn Family honors program, and GreeND. Mathilda also enjoys running, crafting, squirrel watching, and spending time with friends. Through her internship at the Office of Sustainability, Mathilda hopes to create opportunities for students to become more involved in sustainability as well as take steps to reducing Notre Dame’s impact on the environment and achieving carbon neutrality.
Sam is a junior environmental science major and sustainability minor with the intention of working in land management or restoration ecology. Growing up in Montana, he has always been interested in the interface between human settlement and the natural world; particularly how we can improve this relationship to the benefit of humans and the environment. He can almost always be found on the soccer field outside of classes, but also enjoys ultimate Frisbee, martial arts, anything outside, playing the erhu poorly, and Dungeons & Dragons.