Sustainability Office Staff
Babson’s Sustainability Office is supported by two staff members and several innovative and passionate student employees.
Director, Sustainability Office
BA, California State University, Chico; MA, Tufts University
In her position as Director of the Babson Sustainability Office, Dallase Scott works to coordinate and communicate green initiatives and implement sustainability and behavior programs at Babson College. She has a diverse background in psychology and urban/environmental planning. Previously, she developed and taught a Tufts University course designed to foster effective environmental activism. As a Peace Corps volunteer, she spent two years in the Caribbean teaching environmental education classes with a focus on behavioral change.
Coordinator, Sustainability Office
BS, Arizona State University
Alex Davis is a Sustainability Program coordinator and supports several initiatives in the Sustainability Office, including the Eco Reps program and the solid waste reduction and diversion initiatives. His background is recycling and student engagement.
Prior to Babson, he was an intern in the University Sustainability Practices Office at Arizona State University. While at ASU, he organized the first Zero Waste events on campus, led recycling at events for up to 30,000 people, and helped to lead the campus farmers’ market.
Class of 2015
Concentration: Environmental Sustainability
Favorite Area of Sustainability: Local food sourcing and community building
Inspirational Quote: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead
Class of 2015
Favorite Area of Sustainability: Energy savings through personal behavior change
Inspirational Quote: "Be the change you wish to see in the world." -Gandhi
Class of 2017
Concentration: Entrepreneurship & Environmental Sustainability
Favorite Area of Sustainability: Recycling
Inspirational Quote: "Our [society's] attention needs to be turned toward fostering community, strong connections to place, traditions that link community to place, and reflective practice to generate understanding and eventually wisdom. These are the only means to bring forth true, sustainable progress for humanity." -Tom Wessels