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Sustain DuPage Board of Directors

BoardPhoto Andrew Van Gorp

Andrew Van Gorp, Founder & President:

Andrew graduated from Northland College earning a B.A. in Sustainable Community Development with a focus on Sustainable Agriculture and Native American Studies. He’s a filmmaker, community organizer, and New Genre artist.

Andrew is passionate about connecting DuPagers to a sense of place.

Check out his LinkedIn page here.

@andvangorp

 

Board Member Huma Rashid.

Huma Rashid: 

Huma graduated from North Central College and the John Marshall School of Law, and has been a practicing criminal defense attorney for almost four years. She is an avid food truck enthusiast, and a reluctant blogger. Feel free to follow Huma on Twitter and Instagram. 

Huma is passionate about providing insight into the legal groundwork that may affect sustainability initiatives in DuPage County.

Check out her LinkedIn page here.

@huma_rashid

Board Member Lindsay Zimmerman

Lindsay Zimmerman: 

Lindsay graduated with a B.F.A. in Art and Animation, and has 15 years experience in advertising and broadcast media, and more recently user interface design for a variety of technology start ups. For the past three years she has worked at Mayneland Farm in Naperville, IL as both a farmhand and marketing their produce. She regularly attends and participates in a variety of farming classes, workshops, and conferences, and continues to explore and experiment with sustainable growing practices and techniques in her own garden. She brings all of this expertise together in her role as Director of the Sustain DuPage Gardeners.
 
Lindsay is passionate about developing local agriculture and food systems and their impact on strengthening community.

Beth Weiner: 

Beth received her BA in English Literature from North Central College and serves as the Marketing Coordinator for the Morton Arboretum. Beth is Director of the Sustain DuPage Turners, working to build critical thinking and engagement within the DuPage sustainability movement.
Beth is passionate about environmental literature and its power to transform our perception of everything we know.

Check out her LinkedIn page here.

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