Environmental and Human Sustainability is one of seven campus priorities identified in the 21st Century Campus Initiative

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability (CACES)

In 2012, the University of Washington Bothell Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability (CACES) was established as an advisory body to coordinate and guide progress in fulfilling the commitment to environmental sustainability, identified as a priority through the UW Bothell’s strategic planning processes. The committee advises the Chancellor and Vice Chancellors, and reports annually to the campus.

CACES works to promote and facilitate the cooperative efforts of our community members, including faculty, students and staff, to educate, develop values, share knowledge, recommend policies, and implement practices that are sustainable.

CACES Resources

Committee Members

Tony Guerrero, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Facilities Services (Co-chair)
Warren Gold, Associate Professor, IAS (Co-chair)
Carolyn Brennan, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Office of Research Support
Joe Cao, Computer Support Analyst, Facilities Services
Eunice R. Capiral, Administrative Coordinator, Facilities Services
Tyson Kemper, Building & Grounds Supervisor, Facilities Services
Chelsea Knodel, Director of Auxiliary Services, Auxiliary Services
Mark Murray, Assistant Director, EH&S, Offsite Facilities, UW Seattle
Andrea Ramirez, Assistant Director of Student Activities
Daniele Raymond, Parking Enforcement Officer, Commuter Services
Kelly Snyder, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Government and Community Relations
Rob Turner, Assistant Professor, IAS
Meagan Walker, Executive Director of College Relations, CCC


Contact CACES:


Meet with CACES:

The first ten minutes of each meeting are open to faculty, staff, or students.  Please stop by with issues, concerns, or ideas.

Next CACES meeting:

April 23rd, 2015