Dr. Tamsin Foucrier (she/her) is the director for Evergreen’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Transformational Change. She holds a PhD in Sustainability from Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability, where her dissertation explored innovative teaching and learning spaces in higher education for sustainability entrepreneurship. Her work focuses on alternative business models such as cooperatives and social purpose corporations, and the essential support structures needed to build resilient and sustainable local and regional economies. Dr. Foucrier has taught in university, community college and college settings and is honored to be a part of the Evergreen State College community. She is deeply passionate about transforming the way we do business in our world today in ways that empower communities and improve the ecological systems upon which we depend. Dr. Foucrier believe that the next generation of sustainability entrepreneurs can transform the world and address the most pressing sustainability issues we face today through radical, innovative business models and processes, and systemic economic change.
Page Archer (she/they) is the assistant director for Evergreen’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Transformational Change. Page received their BA in cultural studies from Evergreen in 2018, and her MPA from Evergreen this past spring of 2023. After starting as a student employee in 2017, Page was first hired as an Early Childhood Program Specialist for the college in 2019. In 2021, she became the Children’s Center’s Administrative Assistant. In her tenure as the Children’s Center Administrative Assistant, Page worked as a fierce advocate for equity and justice and provided continued support for students employed at the center. Page worked hard to remove barriers to success for students, including revisioning how student hiring and training occurs in the Center, connecting students to needed resources, and serving as support and creative problem-solving for anyone in need. In addition, Page worked closely with other divisions across campus, including gaining support through the WSAC Supporting Students funds and the USDA Farm to School grant to bring Washington-grown food to the center. After graduating with her MPA, Page stepped into her current position as the CELTC Assistant Director. In this role, Page works to support a collaborative environment where students, Evergreen alumni, and community members can actively engage with complex social and environmental challenges through applied entrepreneurial, business, and leadership learning opportunities in the curriculum, certificate programs, and co-/extra-curricular opportunities.