Our SHE-CAN Scholar:

Sinet Kroch

SHE-CAN Scholar: Sinet Kroch

Sinet graduated from Bucknell University with a double major in Environmental Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. As a first-generation college graduate, Sinet believes that nothing is impossible with the right support and resources. Sinet lives by the saying, “Unclip my wings, I will show how high I can fly.”

​During her time at Bucknell, Sinet worked as a Sustainability Community Intern and a Renewable Energy Scholar in which she designed a zero-waste manual for the Office of Sustainability. She was a Historic Archives Intern with the Walnut Acres Foundation, where she interviewed both professors and students on their involvement with the Walnut Acres Farm and wrote a book chapter on the Bucknell and Walnut Acres long lasting connection. Sinet also interned with the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA), an organization that works to ensure a transition to a just and viable food system for all.

Since graduating, Sinet has worked as a Climate Adaptation Resident with both the Nature Conservancy in Maine and the Maine Environmental Education Association (MEEA). Through her work, Sinet engages with communities to encourage the use of Nature-Based Solutions in climate adaptation projects, works to advance aligned strategies within the Maine Climate Action Plan, and assists the Climate Adaptation Team with advancing social and environmental justice in climate adaptation.

Sinet Kroch

Academic Major

Environmental Studies and Women & Gender Studies
Class of 2022

Mentor Team

Alexandra Arnett, Manager, Incentive Compensation Design & Strategy, Salesforce
Louisa Dunwiddle, MSc Behavioural Science Candidate, LSE
Cindy Gentry, Senior Partner, Mercer
Tess Hubbeling, Senior Associate, Mercer
Adriana O’Kain, Strategic Initiatives Leader to the CEO, Mercer
Gillian Printon, Head of National Accounts, Centivo
Julie Powers, ​MBA Candidate, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Sarah Steger, Associate Account Principal, Crossover Health