Anasha Cummings has lived in Troy for almost a decade. He studied Design, Innovation, and Society at RPI with minors in Sustainability Studies and Technological Entrepreneurship. He has since become deeply involved in a series of projects in Troy, using the skills he learned in his studies, and learning more every day from the people, places and history of the city. He has worked with the city government on a composting and recycling project which became Troy Zero Waste as well as a solar initiative which saw hundreds of solar panels installed this year. Once fully operational, this solar system will save the city hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. He has worked with private organizations, from Transition Troy and the Tech Valley Center of Gravity to the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District and the Troy Neighborhoods Action Council, always pushing for a vision of a vibrant Troy that celebrates its history and lives up to its potential as a center of innovation, sustainable development, and tight-knit, livable community.
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