Welcome, Academic Year Student Eco-Reps!

November 15, 2022

The Penn Program in Environmental Humanities is excited to welcome three 2022-2023 Student Eco-Reps for the academic year! Penn Student Eco-Reps is a sustainability leadership program for students interested in advancing sustainability through the implementation of campus-based projects. We're delighted to partner with Penn Sustainability and these three undergraduate students to advance the work of PPEH's publicly engaged research.

Learn about Faith, Lorraine, and Zade below!

Zade, Faith, and Lorraine bio photos

Faith sits outside and smiles with her head on her hands. She wears a white shirt and has blonde hair.

Faith Bochert is a junior in The Wharton School studying Finance and Business, Energy, Environment, and Sustainability with a minor in Environmental Humanities. She loves to go hiking and stand-up paddleboarding in her home state of Colorado, and enjoys making crafts.

Lorraine stands outside in a city. She is smiling and wears a blue dress.

Lorraine Ruppert is a sophomore studying Architecture and Urban Studies. She is passionate about sustainable design and has an interest in collecting stories to create a compelling narrative about the human impacts of climate change. In her free time, she enjoys singing for her a capella group the Penny Loafers and hiking through the Wissahickon.

Zade stands outside with trees behind him. He is smiling, and wears a yellow suit and has short blonde hair.

Zade Dohman is a sophomore from Spearfish, South Dakota majoring in Linguistics. He is a huge fan of all things Beatles, Noam Chomsky, and barbershop music related. He’s ecstatic to work on the PPEH and promote climate justice across the university.