Principal, Environment & Education
Drew Lehman has 30 years of Leadership and Teaching experience in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Conducting field trips, providing professional skills training and hosting career pathways events, Drew's programs teach young adults and managers how to enter and excel in sustainable infrastructure and environmental careers.
Master’s Degree, Environmental Geography
Columbia University of New York
SF Local Business Enterprise (#0817172040)
USEPA EIS Contract Officer
Water Environment Federation, California Water Environment Association, American Geophysical Union, Amer. Association of Geoscience Teachers
Principal, Steven Currie Workforce Consultant
Proven leader with 18 years of workforce development experience and a record of developing and managing innovative workforce, education, and training partnerships across a variety of stakeholders including public agencies, private businesses, unions, nonprofit community organizations, school districts, public colleges & universities.
Master of Public Administration, San Francisco State University
Sector Skills Academy, Aspen Institute/ Public-Private Ventures: Marano Fellow
Global Career Development Facilitator, Center for Credentialing and Education, Inc. (CCE)
The Grantsmanship Training Program, The Grantsmanship Center
Past Staff Members
Lauren Ng joined our team in June 2020 to support the Opportunities for All Virtual Summer Internship. Her previous work includes sustainability certification/reporting via AASHE STARS, managing a community garden program, and serving as a 2019-2020 Climate Corps Fellow at the UC San Francisco, Office of Sustainability.
B.A. Environmental Studies - Minor in Chinese
Soka University of America, Aliso Viejo, CA
Global Merit Scholar (2015) Project Supervisor with Amigos de las Americas (2016) Ikeda Scholarship Award and Community Service Award (2017)
Association of Climate Change Professionals (CC-P)
The Association of Women in Water, Energy, and Environment
Head of Information Design
Yuni Campbell has ten years experience analyzing and modeling geospatial information for environmental and international development work (Reducing Deforestation, Forest Degradation/ Poverty alleviation). Yuni heads up our technical-analytical team, analyzing and presenting complex data sets in a clear and concise manner.
B.A. Geography – GIS and Remote sensing concentration; UC Santa Barbara
Trained professionals on environmental geospatial analytic models for the World Bank in the Congo,
Department of Forestry Administration in Cambodia, and UC Santa Barbara students for Chyulu Hills in Kenya.
Geographic Information Technology (GIST) Certificate, UCLA
Arianna Ortiz studies at University of Massachusetts Boston. An alum of the Emerging Workforce Scholar (EWS' 17) Arianna supports our experiential programs, acting as a peer mentor. Ari works as a Research Analyst, Env. Lab Technician (stream ecology, coastal geomorph), Teaching Assistant and Youth Mentor.
B.S. Environmental Science, Policy & Management, B.S. candidate (Class of '22)
Member, AAG Black Geographies, Women in Science (WISCI) Summer Study Program in Rwanda 2015; Boston Girls Leadership Organized Women Awardee- 2014
Association of American Geographers
American Planning Association (APA)
Tamicia Wakefield has more than 5 years working as a tutor and youth advocate in the Environmental Science. Previous work includes teaching for AmeriCorps and at Mills College. Tamicia has done field work surveying urban watersheds, collecting data and informing citizens on local water quality.
B.A Environmental Studies - Education, minor
Mills College, Oakland, CA
SF Public Utilities Commission Intern 2018; Executive Member (Associated Students of Mills College) 2017; AmeriCorps Member 2016;
Summer Academic Workshop Scholar 2015;
San Francisco Meritus Scholar 2014
Water Environment Federation; American Planning Association, Assoc. of American Geographers
Joseph Hankerson attends graduate school at the University of New Orleans and is an alum of the Emerging Workforce Scholars program (EWS' 18) during the annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New Orleans (April 2018) and supported EWS-WEFTEC 2018 New Orleans as program assistant and peer mentor.
Grad Student, Environment/Coastal Geomorphology, University of New Orleans.
Homer Hitt Full Scholarship; the Glenn Hebert Undergraduate Scholarship for Petroleum Geology (2016); Chevron Geology Undergraduate Scholarship (2017)
Water Environment Federation