Thomas Addaquay

Environmental Fellow


Aug 2012 - Present

BA Environmental Geoscience & Political Science

DePauw University

Bachelor of Arts                             |Current GPA: 3.58 | Cum. GPA: 3.19|

Feb 2015 - Jun 2015

BSc Geology & Environmental Management

The University of Queensland. Brisbane, Australia

Study Abroad program 

Work History

Work History
May 2013 - Present


Information Technology Associates Program, DePauw

Received training in web development, IT tech support, and digital media services to complete projects in various IT departments. Such as: 

  • Developing an interactive website for assisting high school students in meeting sustainability goals.
  • Building an inventory database for the redistribution of refurbished computers to qualifying organizations.
Aug 2012 - Dec 2014

Sustainability Intern

DePauw Office of Sustainability
  • Responsible for planning & organizing sustainability-related initiatives on campus. Developed, and helped launch 2 successful ventures: a campus thrift store, and a community bike-sharing program.
  • Other roles include marketing and communication. Utilized digital media and public presentations to engage the student body, and lobbied administration to introduce campus-wide composting.
Dec 2013 - Feb 2014

Research Assistant

Nature Conservation Research Centre. Accra, Ghana
  • Assisted the Director of Programs and Research in presenting a Business-As-Usual study on Oil Palm Production to key stakeholders in the Oil Palm industry.
  • Analyzed, and evaluated data on existing land use in Ghana for a report on the implementation of sustainable land use.
  • Organized and compiled data from various national water research facilities as part of a report on the desired state of watershed management in Ghana.
Aug 2012 - Apr 2013

Phonathon Caller

DePauw Office Of Advancement
  • Developed and implemented communication strategies for increasing donor participation and maximization donations.
  • Reached out to alumni and parents via telephone solicitation and raised over $2,500 in donations.