Georgia Tech Alumna Profile: For Unwanna Etuk, Sustainability is a (Literal) Journey

Marching band enthusiasts, rejoice! Unwanna Etuk (BS INTA ’19), partnership coordinator and research analyst at The Ray, credits band with kicking off her sustainability journey. In this latest installment in our series of profiles on sustainability leaders among Georgia Tech alumni, discover how Unwanna translated the leadership skills acquired as a drum major into an early career in sustainability-focused roles. While still in college, she helped the City of Woodstock create its first sustainability plan. She now applies her passion for building a better world to her work at a living laboratory for sustainable highways.

On February 14, 2022, Kjersti Lukens, the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business’s program support coordinator, spoke with Unwanna to learn more about her background, how Georgia Tech prepared her for her career, and the latest developments on the 18-mile stretch of I-85 known as “The Ray.”

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