Sandra Lubarsky has spent most of her years as a university professor and administrator bringing sustainability into the curriculum and into campus activities. She founded one of the first graduate programs in sustainability, the M.A. in Sustainable Communities, at Northern Arizona University and chaired the Department of Sustainable Development at Appalachian State University. Sandra previously served on the F3 board, including a stint as co-president in 2007-2008. She is actively involved in immigrant rights issues, the Kehillah of Flagstaff, and serves as on the city’s Beautification and Public Arts Commission. She is especially passionate about the importance of beauty as a public value and writes often on the intersection of beauty and sustainability.