Meredith Miller (BSA, MS, MSAB) is the Director of The William R. Sinkin Eco Centro and serves as the Director of Operations for the International Institute for Sustainable Water Resources (IISWR) and Garcia Street Urban Farm (GSUF).
She also supports sustainability programs and initiatives at the college and Alamo Colleges District and serves as the Chair of the Alamo Colleges District Sustainability Council, providing guidance for urban farming and food production, degree plan development, energy and water benchmarking, recycling, water conservation, stormwater management, green purchasing, sustainable building, community and environmental education and other sustainability initiatives.
Meredith sits on the Texas Chapter of the US Green Building Council – South Texas Region and co-chairs the Council’s State Communications Committee. She is a Fellow with the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment and a member or contributor to several other community and environmentally based organizations, supporting local efforts to foster sustainability at the community level and across the world. Her primary interests are in improving built environments and preserving natural resources and ecosystems for the betterment of all species, including humans.
She holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Biology (Aquatic Resources) from Texas State University and has degrees in Water Resources Management, Veterinary Science and Agricultural and Applied Economics.
Meredith loves gardening, cooking and being outdoors with her family, rescue dogs and horses. She can almost always be found near a body of water.