Juliana Goodlaw-Morris, Sustainability Manager at Cal State San Marcos, is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the CSUSM Sustainability Master Plan and is committed to working with faculty to create transformative academic opportunities for students to connect their education to real-life learning through developing the campus as a living laboratory. Juliana engages and supports students, staff and faculty in fostering a culture of sustainability on campus. She works closely with the operational side of the campus, working to reduce energy and water usage and work towards a Zero Waste goal.
Prior to coming to CSUSM, Juliana worked for 6 years with the National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology program. As the Campus Manager, Juliana engaged with over 100 colleges and universities in the Midwest to develop robust sustainability programs. She also helped develop the NWF EcoLeaders Initiative- a program dedicated to student environmental leaders. Before joining NWF, Juliana worked for the U.S. Peace Corps in Jamaica as their Environmental Technical Trainer, where she developed a comprehensive training program for incoming Peace Corps volunteers working in the environmental sector.
Juliana holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Development with a concentration in Community Development and Social Action Training from SIT Graduate Institute in Vermont. Her BA is in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.