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Allie Hollin ‘26 (she/her)

Hitchcock Center Fellow

Allie is a sophomore Psychology and Art major from Bala Cynwyd, PA (just outside of Philly!). She is excited to work hands-on with the Hitchcock Center for the Environment and to engage with the local community. She is passionate about environmental education and sustainable architecture as ways to strengthen people’s relationships to the natural world. On campus, she is tour guide and a member of Intersections Dance Company, the Amherst Symphony Orchestra, and Hillel. She enjoys biking, spending time with people and animals, writing letters, and visiting national parks.

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Sylvie Wolff ‘25 (she/her)

Kestrel Land Trust Fellow

Sylvie is an Environmental Studies major originally from Baltimore, Maryland who was transplanted near the Chesapeake Bay in 2021. She is excited to be working with the Kestrel Land Trust this summer to conserve Amherst College’s Tinker Hill Forest and brainstorm ways to bring the college community closer to the land. She can usually be found biking to and from her Portuguese classes at UMass, spying on the neighbors from the Humphries House porch, or hosting her WAMH show, Gut Feeling.

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Emma LeRoy ‘27 (she/her)

Kestrel Land Trust Fellow

Emma is a computer science major from Tucson, Arizona. She is passionate about promoting intersectional sustainability and previously has volunteered at Saguaro National Park, working in the environmental education department to conduct programs on conservation, stewardship, and history of land use. She is excited to get more involved with the Pioneer Valley community this summer as a fellow for the Kestrel Land Trust! On campus you can find her hosting a WAMH student radio show or working late nights in the Science Center. She enjoys listening to music, thrifting for sustainable fashion, and spending time with her friends. 

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Lucas Gustafson ‘26 (he/him)

Amherst Mobile Market Fellow

Lucas is a sophomore Economics and Mathematics double major from Framingham, Massachusetts. This summer he will be working with the Amherst Mobile Market, helping to alleviate food insecurity in the community while providing outreach to low-income and BIPOC families and community members. Outside of classes he is heavily involved in the Amherst College Outing Club as co-treasurer, regularly funding as well as partaking in outdoor trips and other social events. In his free time, Lucas can often be seen drawing, painting, and Peruvian food. 

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Sofia Tennent ‘25 (she/her)

Amherst Survival Center Fellow

Sofia, a (rising) senior originally from Nashville, TN, double majors in Economics and Latinx and Latin American Studies. She dedicates much of her extracurricular time to studying and engaging with the local food system. She works at Book & Plow farm, is a member of the Food Justice Alliance, and is spending this summer working with the Amherst Survival Center. Sofia aids in community food distribution and assists in developing the organization's long-term sustainability goals and practices. Outside of working hours, you can probably find Sofia rock climbing in the Hadley Central Rock Gym, or baking in the kitchen at Humphries House. 

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Rhine Hazra ‘26 (she/her)

Amherst Survival Center Fellow

Rhine is an economics and statistics major from Miami, FL. She was the dining data fellow for the Office of Sustainability and is excited to continue to be involved in food systems as one of the fellows for the Amherst Survival Center! Aside from being the go-to Val-defender, she can also be found voicing her opinions in the Amherst Mock Trial team and the Economics Department’s anti-racist advisory group. In the fall, you’ll probably see her in a photo traversing the marshes of Italy or living alongside the Italian boar population (if she has any luck befriending them). 

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Regan Williams ‘27 (she/her)

Communications, Outreach, and Education Fellow

Regan is a Computer Science and Economics major from Wilmington, North Carolina. She is excited to take on the role of managing social media for the Office of Sustainability, promoting their exciting initiatives! On campus, she is a research assistant in the Political Science department and a captain of the club soccer team. When she is not working in the science center she enjoys cooking, running, and watching movies with her friends. 

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Fen Riverstone ‘25 (they/them)

Zero Waste Fellow

Fen is a Sociology major who is excited to join the Office of Sustainability in their role as the Zero Waste Coordinator, organizing the donations left behind on campus at the end of the year. Their love of nature comes from a childhood spent barefoot outside, and they  have always loved thrifting. When not sorting things into categories, they can be found exploring the valley with their mom, birding, kayaking, experimenting with new recipes, and being silly with friends. 

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Dede Lonsdale ‘27 (she/her)

Alternative Transportation Fellow

Dede is an Environmental Studies major from New York City! When she’s not sleeping, Val-sitting, or in class, she can almost always be found on the rail trail running or biking–her passion for cycling is what makes her so enthusiastic about being the Bike Technician intern this summer! She is looking forward to overseeing the bike share program and supporting bike education at Amherst, as well as hands-on repairs. In addition to her love of endurance sports, her other hobbies include solving crossword puzzles, maintaining her houseplant collection, and fostering cats at home.