A Cleveland, Tennessee resident, Carolyn Seale manages processes and planning for Denso Manufacturing, a major automotive supplier. Prior to embarking upon her career, Carolyn Seale attended the University of North Carolina at Asheville, earning a bachelor of science in industrial and engineering management.
Recently, UNC Asheville was recognized by the Princeton Review as one of 399 institutions of higher learning in the United States notable for its emphasis on sustainability and environmental responsibility. UNC Asheville received a score of 90 out of 99 for its “green rating,” based on elements such as the availability of sustainable degree programs, the presence of committees focused on environmentally friendly initiatives, and green transportation options to and from campus.
UNC Asheville incorporates sustainability through campus activities, maintaining edible on-campus gardens, operating the McCullough Institute for Conservation, Land Use, and Environmental Resiliency, and hosting the semi-annual Greenfest event. The campus also facilitates a waste reduction program for students and sustains landscaped areas known as pollinator gardens to promote biodiversity and the growth of local plant life.