We’re a small but mighty team of committed professionals working to make Princeton a model community of sustainability. Our impact is amplified thanks to the efforts of countless volunteers. Interested in getting involved? Volunteer with us.

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Molly Jones

Executive Director.

Joining our team brought together Molly’s life-long commitment to protecting the environment and her professional background in fundraising and nonprofit management. From rolling up her sleeves to dig out waste bin contamination to presenting with a panel of sustainability experts, Molly feels honored to wear the many hats required to lead the change for a more sustainable Princeton.

Christine Symington

Program Director.

Thrilled to dedicate each day to helping Princeton become more sustainable and equitable, Christine brings skills learned in her previous finance industry career to ensure our programs achieve meaningful, evidence-based results. An early adopter of an electric vehicle, Christine is usually looking for a charging station or enjoying in-town living by catching a movie at the Garden Theater.

Jenny Ludmer

Program Manager.

Trained in scientific writing and analysis, Jenny comes to us with a strong passion and interest in all things sustainable. Focused primarily on working with both the school district and residents, Jenny might be found riding her e-bike to an event, showing off her backyard bounty, or carrying her reusable shopping bags to local stores. She lives in Princeton with her family, four hens, and two dogs.

Josh Perlsweig

Program Coordinator.

With a Masters in Environmental Studies and professional experience in non-profit administration and financial advisory. Josh is well-suited to joining our team. He lives across the river in Bucks County, PA, but has close family ties to Princeton. When he's not diving into one of our latest projects, he's probably riding a bike or hanging out on his organic farm with his young family.

Samuel Garcia


Samuel is currently pursuing a degree in Biology, and his objective is to help others by way of science and service. A native of Princeton, New Jersey, he can be found volunteering with numerous organizations. He will help Sustainable Princeton to the best of his abilities.

Nicolas Choquette-Levy

CAPERS Team Lead.

Having lived in the Prairies, both coasts, and the Midwest, Nic is excited to call New Jersey home during his PhD, and to contribute to Princeton's leadership in sustainability matters. When not busy writing and editing research papers on science policy, Nic enjoys taking advantage of all the green space that the Garden State has to offer.

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