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Sustainable Spelman Interns

Kristyn Wilkerson
Kristyn "Kz" Wilkerson, C'2021, an environmental science major, is passionate about causing meaningful change on campus. She is interested in sustainable development and green architecture because of the belief that our cities and communities should reflect and cooperate with the new world we are living in. As a part of the Sustainable Spelman Initiative, Wilkerson will ensure that Spelmanites are not just conscious consumers, but more importantly, the future and present producers of innovative solutions.
Sustainability Intern Anjali Coryat
Anjali Coryat, C'2020, an environmental science major, leads by example. She is dedicated to protecting the environment and volunteering her time with organizations such as Trees Atlanta and the Greening Youth Foundation. As a Sustainability Intern, Coryat embraces the opportunity to reach and engage the Spelman community with environmental awareness, knowledge and action. 
Kamile Henriques Wyatt
Kamile Henriques-Wyatt, C'2020, an environmental science major, has been actively involved in sustainability throughout her high school and college years. Henriques-Wyatt hopes to bring sustainability to the forefront of her classmates' minds and encourage them to make more sustainable choices. She  passionate about building sustainable structures and plans to study architecture in graduate school. 
Sustainability Intern Madison McCaskey
Madison McCaskey, C'2020, a sociology major with a food studies minor from Birmingham, Alabama, is passionate about urban agriculture and eradicating food apartheid in low-income communities. As a Sustainability Intern at Spelman, McCaskey looks forward to introducing the campus to more accessible, holistic and sustainable living and eating options that will propel the institution into a new era of environmentalism. 
Akua Temeng
Akua Temeng, C’2021, a chemistry major from Wilmington, Delaware advocates for a zero waste lifestyle, healthy external environment, in addition to a healthy internal environment, in terms of the earth and mental/physical health. Reducing waste is an essential concept Temeng wants to implement throughout campus. After finishing a graduate program in toxicology, Temeng plans to gain knowledge about sustainability, environmentalism, and African politics and immigrate to Ghana to increase sustainable development, while changing false narratives about Africa.