Professor of the Practice & Director of External Affairs, Graduate Programs in Sustainability
Budget and Administrative Coordinator, Centers for Energy, Environment & SustainabilityShow Bio »
Kim is the Budget and Administrative Coordinator for the Office of Sustainability and the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES). She graduated from Salem College in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in mathematics. She joined the staff of WFU in May 2015.
Director of the Sustainability Graduate ProgramShow Bio »
Meiburg served as Acting Deputy Administrator for the EPA from 2014 to 2017, capping a 39-year career with the agency. He is known for leading efforts to protect the nation’s air and water, clean up hazardous and toxic waste sites, build collaborative relationships with state and tribal environmental programs, and promote sound management in EPA.
At Wake Forest, Stan leads the master of arts in sustainability program and associated dual degree and certificate programs. He works with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Center for Energy, Environment, and Sustainability (CEES).
Meiburg joined the EPA in 1977 in Washington, D.C., and later served as deputy regional director of the EPA’s Atlanta office and as the deputy regional administrator in Dallas, Texas. He was only the second person in the agency’s history to serve as deputy regional administrator in more than one region. From 1985 to 1990, he served with the EPA’s Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards in Research Triangle Park.
Director of the WFU Unmanned Systems LabShow Bio »
Max Messinger is the founder and president of Linn Aerospace, a full-service provider of unmanned aircraft, imaging systems, flight services, training, and more. With a background in forest ecology, Max started Linn Aerospace to provide tailored solutions to meet the needs of those in the remote sensing, conservation, forestry, agriculture, and surveying fields. With years of experience in the design, development, and deployment of various types of unmanned aircraft in a variety of environments, I work to provide clients with solutions which are effective, reliable, and affordable.
Communications and Event Coordinator, Center for Energy, Environment & SustainabilityShow Bio »
Erin Stephens is the Communications and Event Coordinator for the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability and the Office of Sustainability. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with minors in Journalism and Entrepreneurship from Wake Forest University. During her undergraduate experience, Stephens served in three editorial roles over the course of her two years on staff with the independent student newspaper, The Old Gold & Black. In the summer of 2016 she spent a month in Rome as a student reporter covering the status of refugees seeking asylum and the intersection of faith and global climate change. She is a 2018 recipient of the Bynum G. Shaw annual prize in journalism from Wake Forest.
Assistant Director, Sustainability Graduate ProgramsShow Bio »
Ashley is the Assistant Director for the Sustainability Graduate Program. She received her bachelor’s degree in Family and Child Sciences from Florida State University and is currently pursuing her MBA at Wake Forest University. With a background in human-centered design and more than a decade of experience in higher education and the non-profit sector, Ashley focuses on designing experiences to empower her students and faculty. While wearing many hats on campus and in the community, her favorite is that of an outdoorswoman. When she’s not helping haul kayaks during tour season for the Yadkin Riverkeeper, you’ll find her fishing the Yadkin and many of its tributaries.