Dominic Stucker

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"Dominic is a convener, collaborator, and researcher who brings together diverse action teams to address pressing sustainability challenges. Dominic is facile with group processes and able to thrive within different cultures and sectors. He cares deeply about the Earth, the community of life, and future generations, and envisions a world that is just, sustainable, and peaceful.

"As Programs Manager at SLN, Dominic engages in strategic planning, program design, workshop convening and facilitation, curriculum development, writing, fundraising, and outreach for sustainability leadership development across sectors and generations. He helps increase connectivity and collaboration among the Fellows Network, especially through the co-facilitation of workshops and webinars, and supports the Young Leaders initiative. Before coming to SLN, Dominic worked as the Sustainability Institute‘s first Fellows Network Coordinator. He became a Donella Meadows Leadership Fellow in 2009-2010. Previously, he worked in Costa Rica and Sweden with Earth Charter International, where he connected and catalyzed a global sustainability network of students and young professionals in over 70 countries.

"Dominic engages in water and climate change research, recently publishing a feature article with colleagues at the International Water Management Institute entitled Climate Change in a Small Transboundary Tributary of the Syr Darya Calls for Effective Cooperation and Adaptation in the Mountain Research and Development Journal. He is currently co-editing a volume for Earthscan / Routledge on adaptation to climate change impacts through water resources management, funded by Brown’s International Advanced Research Institute. Dominic earned his MA in Environmental Security and Peace from the UN-mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica, MA in Teaching from Brown University, and BA in Comparative Literature (English, French, and German) from Stanford University."[1]


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  1. Sustainability Leadership Network Team, organizational web page, accessed June 18, 2013.