Kendyl Churchman is the Resource Efficiency Program (REP) Manager within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Sustainability & Energy team. Kendyl manages over 20 undergraduate and graduate student employees (aka “REPs”), who educate their peers on sustainability facts, promote resources, and execute behavior change campaigns. Under her direction, the REPs also support, coordinate, and implement tangible sustainability projects on campus.
With experiences spanning the corporate, government, and nonprofit sectors, Kendyl has developed a knack for fostering connection and for taking problem-solving action. She specializes in people, project, and operations management, with sustainability expertise in areas such as restaurants, purchasing, utility and energy efficiency, community programming, and certifications.
Originally from Florida, Kendyl has her B.A. in Sustainability Studies and B.S. in Business Economics from the University of Florida. In 2022, she earned her MBA with a Data Analytics emphasis from the College of Charleston. She also holds a Certificate of Knowledge in Building Science Principles. Since 2020, she has served on the Steering Committee for Boston Green Drinks, the local branch of the international environmental networking group. Kendyl aspires to continue solving sustainability challenges and scaling up lasting, impactful change.