Rosi is the Director of Sustainability at Dartmouth College, where she works to transform the college into a sustainability leader of thought, education and action. Before Dartmouth, Rosi led the development and implementation of innovative sustainability programs at universities as the Director of Sustainability at GreenerU. At GreenerU, Rosi provided leadership and guidance for several universities, including serving as Director of Sustainability at Babson College. Her prior work includes serving as founding Executive Director of Gray is Green, a non-profit focused on engaging people over 65 in environmental sustainability, and as Energy Advisor at Juice Energy, Inc., a renewable energy supplier in NYC where she developed energy and carbon management strategies for businesses. Rosi helped build Juice from a small startup to a major player in the markets it served. Rosi was integral in developing marketing approaches, sustainability strategies and in managing high-level client relationships.
Kerr earned her BS from Dartmouth College and a Master’s in Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Rosi has led and participated in expeditions in the Canadian Arctic and Alaska. She is an avid rower, runner and cyclist. She rode the NYC-DC Climate Ride in 2008 and 2011. She serves on the Board of Vineyard Power and on the Sustainability Advisory Board for GreenerU. She lives in Nowich, VT with her dog Gus and a flock of chickens.