Leadership for Sustainability with Dr. Bruce Hull | Sea Change

Jenna and Bruce talk Leadership for Sustainability

As we approach the end of the year, we find ourselves in a time that's primed for transformation, growth, and ushering change. That is why we consider this conversation about leadership for sustainability particularly timely and relevant. Join Jenna on the latest episode of the Sea Change Podcast to listen in on her conversation with Dr. Bruce Hull, Senior Fellow at Jenna's graduate alma mater, the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability at Virginia Tech. In addition to educating, mentoring, and inspiring his students over the years, Bruce has authored and edited numerous publications, including three books. The two discuss his most recent book, released in November, titled Leadership for Sustainability: Strategies for Tackling Wicked Problems, which presents leadership tools, real-world examples, and a roadmap to implementing wicked leadership skills to address wicked problems.



Jenna Valente

A passion for conservation and appreciation for the natural world was engrained in Jenna at a young age. Her father was in the Coast Guard. This meant she always had the fortune of living near the ocean, including Hawaii, Washington State, and Maine. Both of her parents encouraged her to spend the majority of her time outside. As a result, she finds that she is most comfortable barefoot and exploring the coast, countryside, or mountains. Her favorite thing about the ocean is the sheer power of it all. Jenna joined the American Littoral Society as the Healthy Oceans Coalition Coordinator from the Chesapeake Research Consortium where she was a member of the communications staff and focused on building the brand of the program and ensure the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Jenna completed her Executive Master of Natural Resources from Virginia Tech in 2015 and also has her Bachelors in Communication and Journalism from the University of Maine.