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Adam Maurer is the Sustainability Manager for Hobart and William Smith Colleges having a B.S. in Management/Marketing and a Masters in Environmental Studies from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry.
Margaret Reston attended Colgate University and obtained an honors degree in Political
Science/International Relations in 1988. After graduation, she worked in politics in Rochester and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. for the following three years.
Ms. Reston attended law school at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She
worked for Blake, Cassels & Graydon in Toronto during her law school summers and the year preceding her admission to the Ontario Bar. She then practiced with a small firm in Toronto in the areas of family, matrimonial, and criminal defense before moving to the Rochester area in 2002. Meg was admitted to practice in New York State in 2004.
Meg is currently a partner at Muldoon, Getz & Reston, specializing in the areas of matrimonial
and family court litigation. Her practice experience in New York includes work with Gray Feldman &
Rosenbaum LLP in the areas of matrimonial, family, wills and estate, real estate and bankruptcy, and
with the Legal Aid Society of Rochester, in the Attorney for the Child Program, where she practiced in the area of child representation for six years.
Meg is a former member of the City Council for the City of Canandaigua and was the former
Chair of the Environmental Committee for the Council. She has a personal interest in environmental conservation issues. Meg also sits on the Board of Directors for the Greater Canandaigua Civic Center. She is a member of the Monroe and Ontario County Bar Associations. Her current practice in the areas of family, matrimonial, and wills/estate proceedings is concentrated in both Monroe and Ontario counties. She resides in Canandaigua with her husband and their three children.
Chair of Environmental Studies
Co-chair of the Presidents’ Climate Task Force
Serves on the new HWS farm committee
Teaches courses in Energy, Environmental Economics, and Resource Use
Began teaching at HWS in 1997
Undergraduate degree in Nuclear Engineering from MIT, M.A. in Public Policy from the U. of Minnesota, and Ph.D. in Resource Economics from Cornell.
Research interests include: international policies to confront climate change, economics of alternative energy systems, and advancing campus sustainability
Likes to claim his new car is at powered by solar and wind!
A framed fine art print (shown above) by local artist, Barbara McPhail, will be auctioned off at the Bring Your Own Bag NY presentation of the film Bag it.