"Making sustainability universally accessible and usable to empower every individual to achieve their highest potential."
Kendon Jung graduated from ASU with a Bachelor's in Sustainable Urban Dynamics (2013) and a Master's in Higher and Postsecondary Education (2016). He is interested in leveraging his experience and place to encourage use-inspired research and innovative solutions to economic and social challenges while embedding sustainable practice culture into higher education, private corporations, and public administration. He is now pursuing a doctorate to explore how design can create holistic environments that elevate sustainable lifestyles in people.
Kendon has worked as a thought leader across the spectrum of sustainability. He has been on the forefront of desert water policy, global corporate social impact, and urban resiliency in three nationally recognized research centers. He has extensive experience working local businesses, non-profits, and public agencies to achieve sustainability goals. And most recently, Kendon is serving as the Chair for the City of Tempe's Sustainability Commission, employing innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and long-term visioning to help guide Tempe towards a more sustainable future.
Arizona State University
City of Tempe Sustainability Commission
Desert Botanical Gardens
Sustainability Knowledge Community, NASPA
ASU School of Sustainability Alumni Chapter
Tempe Sister Cities