Kaitlyn Kwan, She/her/hers

  • Second Year Environmental Science and Management Major
Kaitlyn is a second-year ESM major with an interest in pursuing the Sustainability in the Built Environment minor. She joined EPPC because she loves nature and wants to help promote environmental sustainability within the UC Davis community. Kaitlyn is passionate about environmental education as well as sustainable transportation and city planning. In her free time, Kaitlyn is dancing, rock climbing, and exploring new places with friends.

Sriya Batchu, She/her/hers

  • Second Year Environmental Policy, Analysis, and Planning Major
Sriya joined EPPC to help make a positive impact on the UC Davis campus and is interested in learning more about Environmental Policy in general. In her free time, she enjoys reading, wandering campus and downtown, and procrastinating on her homework.

Emma Roginski, She/her/hers

  • Second Year Environmental Science and Management Major
Emma is a second-year ESM major interested in minoring in GIS. Her passions lie in ecology and conservation as well as climate justice, and she is looking forward to applying her knowledge and interests to her EPPC commissioner position. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outside with friends and family and going rock climbing.

Thomas Wong, he/him/his

  • Second Year Environmental Policy, Analysis, and Planning Major
Thomas joined EPPC to help take meaningful and sustainable action in a collaborative way on campus. He is interested in how sustainable policies (such as green public transportation, renewable energy, and urban design) can not only be used to mitigate climate change, but also to enhance people's livelihoods. He is currently a student assistant at the National Center for Sustainable Transportation. In his free time, he enjoys short naps and also very long naps (and reading, sometimes).

Nic Sardo, He/him/his

  • Third Year American Studies Major and Political Science Minor
Nic is from Folsom, CA. He is passionate about environmental issues affecting Northern California, especially the Sacramento area. Nic joined EPPC because he plans on pursuing an environmental lawyer career and would like to foster a deeper connection with the UC Davis community. Nic’s main emphasis lies with topics surrounding Indigenous American and environmental justice/injustice. In his free time, you will find Nic at the Rocknasium climbing gym, playing guitar, and volunteering with the Yolo Food Bank.

Piper Mills, She/her/hers

  • Third Year Environmental Policy, Analysis, and Planning Major
Piper is from Los Angeles, California. She joined EPPC in order to take a more active role in the sustainability efforts on campus. She hopes to help address the environmental issues that most impact UC Davis students. Piper also works at an on campus Peet’s. In her free time she likes to rock climb and hang out with her cat, Dice.

Kelsey Meyer, She/her/hers

  • Third Year Environmental Policy, Analysis, and Planning & Managerial Economics Double Major
Kelsey is a 3rd year focusing on public policy and business, with a plan to go to law school or consulting in the future. She hopes to work on education opportunities and outreach to promote sustainability on campus. She also enjoys reading and playing Mario Kart with friends.

Lydia Rice, She/her/hers

  • Fourth Year Political Science Major, Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning Minor
Lydia is returning for her second year on the Commission and she is excited to continue working on environmental legislation to benefit our campus. After graduating, she hopes to work in state or local government as a policy analyst.

Meron Gebre, She/her/hers

  • Third Year Political Science & African American and African Studies Double Major
Meron joined the EPPC to become more involved within sustainability efforts on campus and to learn more about environmental justice and policy. In the future, she wants to become an environmental lawyer. She enjoys swimming, making collages, and reading.

Ivy Schlosser, She/her/hers

  • Third Year Political Science and Religious Studies Double Major
Ivy joined EPPC because she is interested in furthering UC Davis's environmental justice and sustainability efforts. She is interested in how environmental policy affects people's everyday lives and in the future hopes to work for the EPA or practice human rights law. In her free time, Ivy loves to travel, hike, hang out in the Arb, and adventure with friends!