Jacqueline Bruhn is Program Coordinator for SBAR, with a focus on education, extension, and youth development. Jacqueline has expertise in the fields of sustainability education, curriculum development, and communicating research-based information to a wide range of audiences.
Prior to SBAR, Jacqueline was Sustainability Coordinator for the Oyster River Cooperative School District in Durham, New Hampshire. In her district-wide position, she worked with students, teachers, and administrators to better integrate sustainability concepts and initiatives throughout the district, from curriculum to operations. She has 20 years of experience with Cooperative Extension programming and outreach across three states. Jacqueline was a Peace Corps Volunteer for the Department of Wildlife and National Parks in Botswana.
Jacqueline received her BA from Bates College and her MS in Natural Resource Planning, with an emphasis on environmental policy and program evaluation, from the Rubenstein School of Natural Resources at the University of Vermont.