Kalyna Procyk is a sustainability professional, professor, and attorney with extensive and diverse experience in the environmental field. Kalyna works as a Sustainability Coordinator and Adjunct Professor in Political Science and Sustainability Studies at Muhlenberg College. Her responsibilities include managing sustainability benchmarking, facilitating sustainability planning and creating engagement for the institution. She also serves on the Bethlehem Environmental Advisory Board, which is investigating city-wide climate action planning, water, energy, transportation and planning initiatives. In her spare time, she volunteers on the Board of a charter school.
Prior to working at Muhlenberg, Ms. Procyk worked as an environmental and energy attorney in Chicago. She has experience in sustainability and Brownfield site redevelopment, environmental compliance, conservation banking, and energy litigation and policy. She received her J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law, has a certificate in Environmental Policy from Loyola University, and obtained a B.A. (Science in Society Program) from Wesleyan University.