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Bill Mains
Leadership Lecturer, Undergraduate Business Program
Lucas Hall, 115A

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Faculty Leadership:

Bill Mains

Bill Mains is the Director of Sustainability and Leadership Development in the Undergraduate Business Programs Office at Santa Clara University.  In that position he is responsible for managing all aspects of the development, implementation, supervision, design, planning, and assessment of these areas within the Leavey School of Business.  Previously, Bill was the Leadership Lecturer in the Undergraduate Business Programs office and an Assistant Director in SCU's Center for Student Leadership where he taught sections of the Center's Emerging Leaders and Outdoor Leadership Expedition courses and led the Center's annual Magis Leadership Retreat.  Bill earned a BA in Psychology from Carthage College, an MEd in Community Counseling from Kent State University, and an MA in Ethics and Social Theory from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.

 Lindsey Cromwell Kalkbrenner

Lindsey Kalkbrenner is the Director of Santa Clara University’s Center for Sustainability. She was hired as SCU’s first sustainability coordinator in 2006. She fosters collaboration among campus stakeholders, develops a culture of sustainability among the university community, and has built the Center for Sustainability around an internship program designed to provide students with opportunities to develop experience as change agents for sustainability. Lindsey holds a Bachelor of Science in biology and a Master of Business Administration, both from Santa Clara University. She was born and raised in Hawaii.

 Erica French-Arnold  

Erika is Assistant Director of the Food and Agribusiness Institute. She focuses on supporting the FAI MBA concentration and supporting the new undergraduate pathway, Food, Hunger, Poverty, and Environment. She also coordinates FAI's programs, events, and speakers. 

Prior to her work at the FAI, Erika has traveled, interned, and volunteered in Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. She has taught and mentored Vietnam and Cambodia, and has also interned with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in Bangkok with the Education for Sustainable Development and the Asia-Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development units.