Anne Reichman

Academic Fellow 2022
ASU Sustainable Cities Network & Project Cities Program

Tempe Campus


Anne is Director of Arizona State University’s (ASU) Sustainable Cities Network and Project Cities Program. Celebrating over a decade of service and award-winning partnerships since 2009, SCN is a program within ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Future Laboratory (GFL) & the Global Institute of Sustainability & Innovation (GIOSI) that convenes Arizona communities and tribes with the goal of providing educating and training opportunities; increasing information exchanges and collaborative opportunities; and increasing individual community and regional sustainability efforts. Anne also directs SCN’s Project Cities Program, a university-community partnership pairing ASU students with a local city to co-create innovative sustainability solutions to local problems and challenges. Since its inception in 2017, Project Cities has partnered with four Arizona communities on over 70 real-world, local project matches. Almost 1000 ASU students have been involved with Project Cities projects, providing cities with needed research, information and recommendations to move projects, policies, and programs forward.

Prior to ASU, Anne served as Director of and 1-800-CLEANUP, and has over two decades of experience in the fields of recycling, solid waste and household hazardous waste management, and environmental education. Anne is a contributing author to the “Handbook on Household Hazardous Waste” which provides solid waste professionals and municipal officials with a comprehensive look at the state of household hazardous waste management.


BS in Business Administration
Professional Certificate in Sustainability Strategy
Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (C.S.B.A.)


Greater Phoenix Metro Green Infrastructure Handbook (SCN-2019)

Handbook on Household Hazardous Waste (2018, Chapter Author)

Expertise Areas

Community Partnerships



Higher Ed Community Engagement


Recycling/Solid Waste/HHW

Environmental Education