Featured EcoLeader

Kimberly Kruse
Arizona State University

Kimberly is a student leader at Arizona State University. According to her “Eco-Mission” on her EcoLeader profile, Kimberly is “on a mission to promote zero waste, foster sustainability, support student engagement, recognize the need for a zero waste culture, and serve as a model for how to be zero waste through education and events.” She’s right on track in achieving her goal as she helps to lead the “Zero Waste Partners” project at ASU which aims to promote zero waste on campus and foster sustainability through student engagement through education, events.   Kimberly is also working hard to engage students on her campus and in her region in the EcoLeaders community as one of our EcoLeader Ambassadors, so keep your eye out for her good work on the site! Congrats Kimberly, keep up the great work!


This Community is for You if...

  • You are working on a conservation or environmental project on campus
  • You are launching a campus campaign 
  • You want to connect with your peers nationwide on wildlife/environmental issues
  • You want to receive recognition for your environmental efforts 

Celebrate Endangered Species Day

Endangered Species Day is May 15, 2015. But you don’t have to wait! You can celebrate Endangered Species Day in April for Earth Day, or as an end of school event or post-exam activity on May 15. Endangered Species Day is a time to recognize the endangered species on your campus, in your community, and across the U.S. and take action to protect their habitat. 

Learn more and take action!