The SUS program produces graduates with diverse expertise, who end up working in a variety of fields and jobs. This list below is a small sample of the jobs and educational opportunities that our graduates have achieved:

Regan Genevieve Emmons
Director of the Grow Program

Tim McKinley
Environmental Protection Specialist
Flagstaff National Monuments

Danielle Hunt
Assistant Track & Field and Cross Country Coach
Oberlin College

Emily Anderson
Environmental Affairs Manager
Xanterra Parks and Resorts, Crater Lake National Park

Lauren Buck
Research Assistant
Harvard School of Public Health

Kate Watters
Program Director for Volunteers
Grand Canyon Trust

Tamara Ramirez
Ph.D. Candidate

David Melville
Elementary Teacher
Star School, Navajo Reservation

Bryan McLaren
Sustainability Director
Northern Arizona University

Jake Dolence
Instructor and ART coordinator
Northern Arizona University

Lauren Berutich
Instructor and ART Coordinator
Northern Arizona University

Jo Hale
Ph.D. Candidate
Sociology, UC Davis

Tracy Anderson
Director of Development
Friends of Camp Colton

Meredith Hartwell
Library Archivist
USGS/Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center

Denise Fisher
Communications Specialist (writer/editor)
National Renewable Energy Laboratory's National Wind Technology Center

Amanda Acheson
Sustainable Buildings Program Manager
Coconino County

Sara McGee
City Planner
City of Sedona

Rosemary Logan
Ph.D. Candidate & Research Assistance
Education for Sustainability, Prescott College

Jessica McGrath
Program Manager
Delta County Literacy Program

Dianna Vansanford
Program Coordinator
Student Support Services, Northern Arizona University

John Kester III
Distinguished Doctoral Fellow
Environmental Dynamics Program, University of Arkansas

Katie Curran
Documentary Film Producer
Anartist Films

Rachel Tso
US Department of Education, Navajo Peacemaking and Safe School Project

Nick Koressel
Sustainability Specialist
Northern Arizona University

Becky Daggett
Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy

Annette McGivney
Award-winning author
Resurrection: Glen Canyon and a New Vision for the American West

Colleen Sorensen
Fundraiser/Project Administrator
Central Arizona Land Trust

Justin Bendell
MFA in Creative Writing candidate
Florida International University

Jonna Johnson

Jonna Johnson earned her Master’s degree with Northern Arizona University’s
interdisciplinary, student-activist Sustainable Communities program.  Her
academic concentration and professional expertise is in sustainability
education and community empowerment.  Her passion for authentic
relationships with children and the earth has guided her to work with
community-based nonprofits, social justice organizations, national parks,
higher education, residential outdoor education, and summer camps. Jonna
 specializes in advanced analysis of Dr. Seuss and gourmet peanut butter
and banana combinations.