The Sustainability InstituteThe Sustainability Institute

 

Meet Our Staff

Bryan Cordell (he/ him)


Executive Director

Ashley Lavender (she/ her)


Director of Programs

Kedrick Wright (he/ him)


Site Supervisor, Environmental Conservation Corps

Rebekah Cordell (she/ her)


Director of Finance

Darien Parker (she/ her)


Program Coordinator

AmeriCorps Members

Dana Washington (she/ her)


AmeriCorps Member, 2020 - 2021 Program Year, Crew Leader

Jamar Perry (he/ him)


AmeriCorps Member, 2020 - 2021 Program Year

Joshua Ateca (he/ him)


AmeriCorps Member, 2020 - 2021 Program Year

Tamauri Watson (he/ him)


AmeriCorps Member, 2020 - 2021 Program Year

Malcolm Harrison (he/ him)


AmeriCorps Member, 2020 - 2021 Program Year

 

 


 

 

Employment Opportunities

Director of Development (Posted 11/21): 

Sustainability Institute of South Carolina — Part-Time

The Sustainability Institute is currently seeking an experienced, nonprofit fundraising professional to join our dynamic and growing team in a part-time Director of Development position. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and will have experience cultivating relationships and soliciting contributions with high‐level donors, developing and executing fundraising strategies and plans, and producing communications materials that support fundraising efforts. The Development Director will work closely with the Executive Director to build a strong resource development program with an emphasis on individual donors.

For the complete description of this employment opportunity, please click here.

Project Manager (Posted 10/21):

Sustainability Institute of South Carolina — Full-Time

We are currently seeking a full-time Project Manager to coordinate, lead, and execute land conservation projects and service-learning activities with federal, state, and local partners. In this role, he/she/they will train, coach, supervise, transport, and mentor AmeriCorps Members and volunteers. He/She/They will also be responsible for all aspects of successful project delivery, including budget estimating, quality control, and safety planning. Applicants with experience managing land conservation projects, including training and supervising teams for field-based work, will be given priority review.

For the complete description of this employment opportunity, please click here.