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Sustainability & Recycling - Contacts
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Megan Shiverdecker is the Recycling Coordinator for the Medical University of South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences and is currently finishing the Masters of Public Administration and Masters of Environmental Studies Dual Degree Program at the College of Charleston. Her career and academic interests are centered on sustainability. Currently, she is working on her thesis research which revolves around large scale composting operations.
Kathy McKay, CRP:
Assistant Recycling Supervisor
John Brooker is the Communications Specialist for the Medical University of South Carolina’s Sustainability and Recycling Program. He graduated from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Minor in Environmental Studies. John has a background in environmental and biological research that has evolved into a passion for Sustainability.
Christine VonKolnitz Cooley, ACEM, CRP: Sustainability Manager 843-792-1804
Christine Cooley is the Sustainability Manager for the Medical University of South Carolina. Upon graduating with a BA degree from the College of Charleston in 1992, Christine worked as the Recycling Coordinator for the College. While there, she was instrumental in establishing the SC DHEC Collegiate Grant Program. In 2004, Mrs. Cooley co-wrote a recycling book titled Recycling and Beyond: A College Campus Primer. MUSC’s most recent environmental awards are the 2011, SC DHEC, Earth Day Award and the Community Pride Environmental Stewardship Award. Mrs. Cooley is a Clemson Extension Master Waste Educator, the Treasurer and Program Committee Chair for the College and University Recycling Coalition and an Executive Committee member of the Robert Lunz Group Sierra Club. Mrs. Cooley was appointed to the City of Charleston Green Committee in 2007 and served as the Chair of its Recycling and Solid Waste Subcommittee until May 2012. Mrs. Cooley is the Secretary for Cooper Estates Neighborhood and active in Grace Episcopal Church as a member of the Flower Guild.
PUBLICATIONS: Recycling and Beyond: a College Campus Primer
MUSC Green Team meets once a month and coordinates Green Events on campus!