Speaker: Susan Kidd
Affiliation: Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
Title: Executive Director – Center for Sustainability
About Susan Kidd:
Susan Kidd became the first Director of Sustainability at Agnes Scott College in 2008, returning to the college where she earned two degrees— a bachelor’s degree in history in 1978 and a Master’s degree in teaching secondary English in 2007. She served as the first R. Howard Dobbs sustainability scholar-in-residence in Emory University’s Office of Sustainability in 2007 and 2008. At the Georgia Conservancy from 2002-2006, Kidd managed the Blueprints community planning program, in addition to working on air and water protection, and land conservation. She was director of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s southern office from1986-1996. In addition to her degrees from Agnes Scott, she received a master’s degree in environmental law from the Vermont Law School in 1983.
Track: Innovating Projects
Topic: Leveraging Green Funding for Your Project