Krisztina Gabor Sustainability Specialist

New York, NY, USA Krisztina Gabor LinkedIn krisztinagabor_resume.pdf
ArcGISArcScenecommunicationComputer: Microsoft SoftwareLeadershipResponsibilitySPSSTeamworkWordpress; Interpersonal: Dependability

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Resilient and dedicated to environmental efforts, embodies a forward way of thinking, and learns through a range of perspectives.  Demonstrates success through growth and possesses the highest level of professional and personal standards.  Current objective is to utilize skills in a position that successfully leads to a regenerative environment—urban development, sustainable food systems, improving health and defending all natural resources.


Environmental Consultant, Alpha Global Partners; remote — Oct. 2019-APR. 2020

Position involved managing a variety of future projects in American Samoa. Delivered sustainable goals  and worked towards increasing local development. Prepared monthly reports to ensure sustainability, wrote clear & concise risk assessments, project proposals with supportive arguments & solutions, and researched grant applications.

NYC DATE NITE Marketing & Research Intern; New York, NY — Jan. 2020-Mar. 2020

Worked for Alexis Wolfe of NYC Date Nite blog. Researched the food and agriculture industry, local restaurants, date activities for her audience and possible sponsorships.

Student researcher, Franklin & Marshall; Denver, co — jan. 2019

Researched the processes of exploration for oil and gas, leasing mineral rights, fracking and completion of wells, environmental issues and regulations, business structure, electricity production and alternatives.

Student associate, Franklin & Marshall; Lancaster, pa — spring 2018

Assisted local officials to create a Natural Resources Inventory Proposal for the City of Lancaster.

Volunteer, Student conservation association; Alaska & Colorado — 2013-2014

Part of a team of local experts and National Park Service crew to repair damaged trails, build new trails, remove boulders, and build check steps


Franklin & Marshall College — Environmental studies, Jan. 2016-Dec. 2018

Courses – Geology: Earth, Environment & Humanity; Petroleum & Future of Energy; Ecology: Food & Agriculture; Biology; Environment & Human Values; Environmental Policy; Environmental Problems; Geology: History of the Earth; Economic Principles; Urban Experience; Environmental Resources & GIS


Language: Hungarian ; Computer: Microsoft Software, ArcGIS, ArcScene, SPSS, Wordpress; Interpersonal: Dependability, Leadership, Teamwork, Communication, Responsibility


Crew Captain, Residential Advisor, Most Improved Athlete


January 2016 - December 2018 Bachelors at Franklin & Marshall College

Environmental Studies Major