What is a SEAC?

SEAC is a student advocacy organization focused on working towards and promoting positive change for environmental protection and sustainability. Over the years, we’ve grown from a small group of devoted students to one of the largest organizations on campus. Now with 50-100 active members, and over 1,000 students on our listserv, we have the ability to create change in a wide variety of ways, both on campus and in our larger communities. We meet Mondays at 8:30 in James Blair 205. 


W&M SEAC is a consensus-based organization; there is no “president.” Instead, two “Facilitators” lead the group discussion during weekly meetings, which serve as a time for subcampaigns to gather and share their weekly progress. If you are new to SEAC and want to learn more, our facilitators would be the people to ask!

Our Facilitators for the 2015-2016 year are: Ian Huber and Natalie Steinberg

Two SEACretaries manage the listserv and send out weekly emails, and keep general tabs on the goings-on of the organization.

  • Marie Serfis
  • Matthew Baker

Our Treasurer keeps track of the organization expenditures and create the budget requests every year.

  • Erin Goodstein

Our Inreach Chairs work to connect us to other campus organizations and the local community, finding partners and allies along the way.

  • Jessica Seidenberg
  • Kendall King
  • Savannah Bailey (Spring ’17)
  • Leah Marshall (Spring ’17)

Our Outreach/Publicity Coordinators help us keep in touch with the community and spread the word about our events and initiatives.

  • Kyle Parker
  • Madeleine Boel
  • Brendan Thomas (Spring ’17)
  • Emily Gardner (Spring ’17)

Our Historians/Blogmasters helps us keep up our web presence via websites, blogs, and other outlets. They also keep track of where SEAC has come from and what we are currently involved in so that we can have perspective from past generations of SEACers and provide perspective for future SEACers.

  • Abby Holcombe
  • Claire Seaton
  • Megan Embrey


For Website questions, please contact Abby Holcombe at alholcombe@email.wm.edu.