Rachel Beth Egenhoefer

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Rachel Beth Egenhoefer (she/her) is a design professor, leader, researcher, and maker whose work focuses on sustainability and systems thinking as related to behavior change. Egenhoefer is currently a full Professor in Design at the University of San Francisco, where she has taught since 2009. She is the editor of the Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Design (2017, 2019) a contributor to Routledge’s Sustainability Hub, the moderator for AIGA SF’s Compostmodern series, and a member of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps. Egenhoefer has lead workshops, lectures, and classes with diverse audiences, designers and non-designers alike, elementary to university students, community members, and others.  

Egenhoefer currently teaches courses and lectures on:

  • Systems Thinking for Sustainable & Regenerative Design
  • Creating Intersectional Change for Resiliency 
  • Community-Engaged Learning 
  • Data Visualization & Climate 
  • Design for Behavior Change 

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