The SC Team
Student consultants, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, are chosen based on educational background, passion for sustainable practices and communication skills. A lead consultant, selected from faculty and local organizations dedicated to helping other business owners, offers significant input to help the student consultants and the business owner throughout the process.
Greg Sponseller, Jr., Director
Greg Sponseller, Jr. received his MBA with a focus in Sustainability in 2013 from Baldwin Wallace University. Greg joined the Sustainability Clinic in 2012 as the Marketing & Programs Manager where he oversaw consulting projects for the SC and focused on external communications. Prior to the SC, Greg worked on sustainability projects for a global consumer goods manufacturer.
Rebecca Newbould, Projects and Engagement Coordinator
Rebecca graduated with her BA in Sustainability from Baldwin Wallace University in December of 2012. Prior to her new position, she interned with the SC as a student consultant for 2 years taking on projects focused on data collection, research and strategic planning. She is the founder of the student organization Farmer Jackets and the 2400 square foot campus farm. Rebecca has also worked as Production Assistant for Cleveland Ingenuity, One World Festival and Wooster Jam. She is also assisting with planning and development of the Cleveland Baking Company.
Dr. David Krueger
Dr. Krueger is co-director of BW's new sustainability major and director of the new Institute for Sustainable Business which serves as a resource to our campus and to the northeast Ohio business community. David created the Sustainability Clinic as an arm of the ISBP, due to the success of his Green Business class and witnessing how students can conduct sustainability projects for businesses.
Born and raised in Illinois, David received his B.A. from Carthage College, an M.A. in religion, an M.A. in public policy studies, and a Ph.D. in ethics from the University of Chicago. Prior to his work at BW, he was executive director of the Center for Ethics and Corporate Policy in Chicago, a nonprofit organization that brought together the business, academic, and religious communities of greater Chicago for conferences, consulting, ongoing programs, and research in business and organizational ethics.
Prof. Donald C. Auble enjoys teaching principles of marketing, advertising, and consumer behavior at BW, applying 30+ years of real-world experience to help make the subjects come alive for students. He is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace and earned an M.S. degree at the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. He is owner and president of Jaeger Inc., which operates as Jaeger Advertising. a full-service ad agency with specializations in recruitment advertising/HR support as well as business-to-business marketing. He is a private pilot who also enjoys roadsters, rowing, flying, sailing, travel, and his family.
Student Consultant Champions
Halle Kirsch, 2013
Mark Warman, 2012
Major: Sustainability and Biology
Sarah Michelle Brigadier, 2015
Major: Sustainability/Biology/International Studies
Patrick Hoffman, 2013
Sonny Grzybowski, 2016
Tori Scozzaro, 2014
Keith Pech, 2014
Major: Sustainability and International Studies