Sofia Liszka is this year’s Editor in Chief. She is a sophomore from Crystal Lake, Illinois with majors in Economics and Sustainability and minors in Spanish and Political Science. She hopes to pursue a career in environmental policy.
Taylor McCann is this year’s Social Media and Marketing Manager. She is a sophomore from Mount Vernon, Ohio with majors in Strategic Communications and Individualized Studies. A short term goal of hers is to become a Road Warrior for Thirst Project to do her part in ending the global water crisis. After that, well… Stay tuned. She’s very excited to help lead the GreenHawks team this year!
Caroline Roethlisberger is this year’s Business Manager. She is a junior from St. Louis, Missouri. She is a Journalism and Political Science major with a minor in Spanish and hopes to pursue a career in law.
Lindsey Brown is a sophomore Public Health: Epidemiology Major and Environmental Science co-major, with a minor in Political Science, from Seattle, Washington. She enjoys reading, exercising and learning about topical events about the environment. She looks forward to becoming more involved in the school through organizations such as GreenHawks Media and research labs on campus. She hopes to one day work for a program that aids in prevention and promoting health in needing communities.
Armando Cabrera is a junior Geography and Sustainability major from Cincinnati, OH. He enjoys traveling, music, hiking, recycling, beekeeping, and just being around animals in general. He hopes to raise awareness of and help solve environmental and societal issues for a sustainable future.
Allison Forsythe is a senior Accounting, Finance and Sustainability triple major with a love for the environment. Her goal is to create environmental change inside corporations and their supply chains to create large impacts on the rest of the world.
Meekael Hailu is a junior Social Justice Studies and Sustainability major from Hoffman Estates, Illinois. He is part of the Mock Trial team as has co-started a club dedicated to attacking poverty called We The People. He is also a part of the Peace and Justice Association research assistant team. He hopes to become an environmental attorney one day.
Blair Hassett is a sophomore majoring in Political Science from Cincinnati, Ohio. She plans to practice environmental law and is currently an EcoRep and a member of University Democrats.
Archer K Hill II is an Environmental Science graduate student from Bermuda. He has an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Geography and a first master’s in International Relations. He is interested in many things—especially the human implications of climate change. After Miami he hopes to work in journalism.
Naiyi Jiang (Themis) is a sophomore from Chengdu, China and is planning on majoring in Marketing and Sustainability. She loves to play tennis and basketball, hike, and read. Her favorite quote is “Everything has beauty, but not everybody sees it.”
Claire Koczak is a junior Earth Science major and Energy co-major along with a minor in Physics and possibly Computer Science. She is from Springboro, Ohio and enjoys playing soccer and reading about various scientific topics. One day she plans to go to grad school and eventually work for the Department of Energy or the EPA.
Molly O’Donnell is a senior Economics, Public Administration and Sustainability major from Medina, Ohio. She hopes to work for a public transit agency, ideally WMATA (the DC metro). She is the new Secretary of Infrastructure and Sustainability for Miami’s Associated Student Government.
Shannon Reilly is a sophomore and plans to study Urban and Regional Planning with an Environmental Science co-major. She is from Aurora, Illinois and is passionate about health, sustainability and politics.
Celine Thormann is a sophomore from Westfield, Indiana. She is Bio/Pre-med and Spanish major who is hoping to be a surgeon one day. She loves dogs, reading, writing, volunteering and protecting the environment.
Annie Blair has been faculty advisor to Greenhawks Media since its inception in her Environmental Journalism class in 2009. She is a senior clinical professor of journalism at Miami University and a freelance journalist. Annie is an affiliate faculty member of Miami’s Institute for the Environment and Sustainability and its Institute for Food. She also serves on the board of the Mill Creek Watershed Council. Her idea of a great day is getting lost in the woods.