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Kelly Dunn (B.S. '22)

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March 16, 2021

In her time on campus, Kelly has served as an educator at the Haas Center for Public Service, designing and teaching environmental education curriculum for K-12 students. She also worked with R&DE to implement vegan dishes across all dining halls. Her time as a farmhand at the O’Donohue Educational Farm inspired her to co-found “Baole” (, an organization that invites multicultural chefs to Stanford to teach students about sustainable, plant-based dishes to create a more inclusive sustainable food movement. When not teaching or working with food, Kelly works as a scientific illustrator, animator, and environmental journalist for environmental non-profit organizations, E-IPER students, and outdoor recreation companies. This summer, she’ll be working with the John Muir Trail Wilderness Conservancy, studying impacted sites in Kings Canyon National Park. 

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