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Kayla Kutter

Kayla Kutter

MSUS Student, Sustainability Solutions, School of Sustainability

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502


  • MSUS Student, Sustainability Solutions, School of Sustainability


Kayla Kutter is a Master of Sustainability Solutions student in the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. Prior to attending Arizona State University, she interned with Sandia National Laboratory as a Computational Physics Intern. Her research included data collection, coding, and analysis regarding weapons transportation. During her service in the Peace Corps, Kayla taught secondary level physics to 550 Tanzanian students. Her other projects included; compost and perm gardening education, construction of a well and education about water conservation, HIV prevention seminars, organized and hosted a conference for 30 students concerning gender equality, leadership, HIV prevention, and individuality. Kayla holds a BS degree in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Physics from the University of New Mexico. Through her diverse background, Kayla is interested in working with the City of Tempe to be a carbon data analyst.

Spoken Languages:
Swahilli (Intermediate/Advanced)


  • BS, Applied Mathematics (minor in physics), University of New Mexico, 2014