Jennifer Chirico Joins Tech as New Associate Vice President of Sustainability

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On Oct. 17, Jennifer Chirico will join Infrastructure and Sustainability (I&S) as the associate vice president of Sustainability. Originally from Atlanta, Chirico brings 20 years of sustainability experience to the Institute. She holds a Ph.D. in public policy with a major in environmental policy, a master’s in public health with a major in environmental health, and a B.S. in management — all from Georgia Tech.   “I am thrilled to return to Georgia Tech, my alma mater, to share my experiences and expertise in sustainability. In my opinion, the people at Georgia Tech are its foundation and what makes it great,” said Chirico. “I hope to serve as a connector and bridge in helping to lead the university in becoming a world-class sustainability Institute that is known for its advances and innovation in student programs, clean energy, net zero initiatives, zero waste, and climate justice.”  In this inaugural role, Chirico will lead the implementation of the Institute Sustainability Plan and the Climate Action Plan as well as help guide the future of sustainability at Georgia Tech.  You can learn more about Chirico at the upcoming Sustainable Facilitates Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Click here to learn more about this event.


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  • Created By: Rachael Pocklington
  • Created: 10/13/2022
  • Modified By: adavidson38
  • Modified: 03/02/2023


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