Updated on March 16, 2018
In 2005, the College celebrated the determined energy of an alumna who has committed herself to global sustainability issues and their human dimensions. Hunter Lovins, a 1972 graduate of Pitzer, embodies the College’s commitment to environmentally conscious practices and their integration into the education of our students.
At the cutting edge of sustainability thinking for the past 30 years, she is the President of the for-profit Natural Capitalism Inc. Lovins earned her law degree at Loyola University School of Law and has managed international nonprofits, created several corporations and works around the world as a consultant. She is currently an adviser to the Ministry of Energy, Government of Afghanistan, and is consulting to aid agencies on the tsunami reconstruction.