Our Team

We are the GreeND Leaders. We are fortunate to have a team that is collaborative, innovative and kind. Check out our super staff and feel free to email them if you have questions.

Greg CampionGreg Campion is a senior studying Environmental Engineering with a minor in Resiliency and Sustainability of Engineering Systems. In addition to serving as President of GreeND, he coordinates South Bend's local hub of the Sunrise South Movement, the grassroots youth climate activist group that brought you the Green New Deal. He hopes to find work making biogas out of food waste after graduation. Greg divides his free time between getting outdoors, finishing his friends' leftovers, and looking up new ways to recycle household items. You can contact him at gcampio1@nd.edu.

Kristina BonnetKristina Bonnet is the President of GreeND this year. She is a senior Chemical Engineering major, with a minor in Resiliency and Sustainability in Engineering Systems from Summit NJ. A GreeND member since her sophomore year, she has enjoyed seeing the club engage campus in our Plastic Free ND campaign. She is looking forward to club outings to the Dunes and South Bend farmers market. In her free time, she can be found skiing, hiking, swimming, biking, smelling flowers, and knitting! Contact her at kbonnet@nd.edu

Newyork 3Jonathan Roberts is a sophomore architecture major with a hopeful double minor in Italian and Sustainability, and Vice President of GreeND. He loves beautiful buildings and hopes to one day design them with particular attention to their environmental impact. He is excited for the club's various trips and events this year and enjoys being with friends in and outside studio. Contact him at jrober22@nd.edu

Katie Lane Katie Lane is a sophomore Political Science and Global Affairs major with a hopeful minor in Sustainability. She is excited to be Vice President of GreeND this upcoming year. She loves spending her free time hiking and hanging out at bonfires. Contact her at klane6@nd.edu.

Ashley FinsterAshley Finster is a junior Environmental Science major with a minor in Education, Schooling, and Society. She loves everything about marine science and is hoping to work in whale conservation. She is most involved with the PlasticFreeND campaign through GreeND and is excited to be your communications officer this fall. She is going to spend the spring semester studying abroad in Patagonia, Chile. Contact her at afinster@nd.edu.

Grace CastleAshley Finster is a junior Environmental Science major with a minor in Education, Schooling, and Society. She loves everything about marine science and is hoping to work in whale conservation. She is most involved with the PlasticFreeND campaign through GreeND and is excited to be your communications officer this fall. She is going to spend the spring semester studying abroad in Patagonia, Chile. Contact her at afinster@nd.edu.