Sustainability Connect is pleased to welcome Sydney Lines to our team as the new Sustainability Connect Coordinator. As Sustainability Connect Coordinator, she will act as the first point of contact for requests and inquiries regarding sustainability projects as well as help coordinate the development of new projects and programming associated with Sustainability Connect. Sydney will also manage the digital face of Sustainability Connect, its projects and presentations on the website, and contribute to new site content, news, success stories, and other outreach activities. In addition to her role at Sustainability Connect, Sydney will also be the project coordinator for the ASU Food Systems Transformation Initiative. A trained scholar of the arts and humanities with a passion for sustainability, Sydney brings a unique and well-rounded perspective to the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability. She is a multifaceted creative thinker with a love of big ideas and an insatiable curiosity about the world. Sydney comes with over ten years’ experience in marketing, communications, and project coordination, five of which were spent working in various capacities here at Arizona State University. Sydney previously supported digital marketing, communications, and outreach for LightWorks®, a unit within the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability that seeks to provide light-inspired, sustainable solutions to the world’s most pressing energy challenges. She comes to us most recently from the Origins Project, a university initiative that widely engages the public by bringing together diverse groups of scholars, scientists, and public intellectuals to discuss and explore forefront issues facing humankind today. Sydney supported the marketing and communications, event programming and logistics, and educational content for the Origins Project. She organized the Origins Project’s only two university Gold Certified Green events and co-won the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences “Best Overall Marketing Campaign” for the 2015-2016 academic year.