Meet Our People
Ethan Morris, Program Manager
Ethan Morris is a senior studying environmental science with a minor in political science and natural resource conservation. Morris wants to work in the private sector after graduation but for the time being hopes to help the university become more sustainable. He strives to come up with unique events that draw in students from a variety of disciplines and is always eager to take on new projects.
Jordan Cates, Web Coordinator
Jordan Cates is a senior studying computer science and broadcast and digital media. Though originally from California, he has lived in Coeur d'Alene for the majority of his life. Outside school and work, he enjoys tennis, archery, video games, reading, photography, graphic design, attempting to write, obsessing over Sci-Fi and Oxford commas.
Kaitlyn Lindholm, Volunteer Coordinator
Kaitlyn Lindholm, also known as Skippy, is a sophomore in Biological Engineering. She was born in Las Vegas and raised in Boise, Idaho. Skippy enjoys looking at cool rocks, skateboarding, playing the ukulele, thrift shopping, hiking and going to concerts. She hopes to use her degree to solve climate change related issues, and is excited to help implement further sustainable practices on campus.
Kylie Cutler, Project Coordinator
Kylie Cutler is a sophomore pursuing her bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. Being a born and raised Alaskan, maintaining the beauty and wildness of nature for future generations is something Kylie has always been passionate about. In addition to her love of the environment and engineering, she also enjoys painting, her dog Sadie and The Office.
Jace Hogg, Event Coordinator
Jace Hogg is a senior in the College of Natural Resources, studying environmental science with the social emphasis. Born in Wyoming, but raised in a small town outside of Portland, he has always had a passion for the natural world. He is working on bringing his passion to campus this year, and wants to reach out to communities on and off campus to help others make environmentally conscious decisions. Hogg loves to play music, hike, snowboard, read, watch movies and meet new people in his spare time.
Rosalyn Gray, Marketing Coordinator
Rosalyn Gray is a senior studying Graphic Design and Spanish at the U of I. Having grown up in northern Idaho, she has a passion for exploring the Pacific North West as well as traveling internationally. She loves camping, hiking, cross-fit and spending time with friends and family.
Laurel Gieszelmann, Marketing Coordinator
Laurel Gieszelmann is a senior studying graphic design at the University of Idaho and will be starting her third year on the UI Logger Sports team. She grew up in Viola and although she appreciates the Palouse area, she enjoys exploring the PNW and British Columbia. Gieszelmann loves to be outside doing any outdoor activities and thrives being with people. She looks forward to being part of the Sustainability Center team for another year.
Kennedy Caisley, Solar Specialist
Born in Los Angeles and raised locally, Kennedy "Ned" Caisley is a senior studying Electrical Engineering. He is passionate about conservation and is interested in working professionally to advance energy policy. Caisley splits his free time between climate change advocacy, reading miscellaneous internet articles and finding interesting people to talk to.
Jeannie Matheison, Sustainability Center Director
A northwest native passionate about conservation for the common good, Jeannie Matheison enables student-staff-faculty visions in support of carbon neutrality. She has a dozen years of experience managing university, non-profit and rural county sustainability programs, including ten years growing the UI Sustainability Center. Jeannie has a degree in environmental policy from WSU and she is pursuing a master's at UI.
Kayla Bordelon, Sustainability and Student Engagement Coordinator
Kayla’s career in environmental conservation and education has included work as a trail builder, wilderness ranger, interpretive park ranger, outdoor educator and international volunteering guide. She served three years in Peace Corps in Panama, developing a profound appreciation for the interconnectedness of human and ecological systems. Knowing that a diverse coalition of change-makers will strengthen our response to climate change, Kayla encourages environmental leadership from students across campus. She holds a Master of Science in Natural Resources from the University of Idaho and is pursuing her doctorate.