About Me

Gabriel Fair is a software engineer, Java specialist,  and social organizer.  Graduate of Clemson University class of 2013, with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.  His resume can be found here.

“His passion, dedication, and energy  is undeniable. Gabe possesses an indefatigable drive to realize his vision of a greener and more  environmentally aware campus.” — Austin Barrett



Certus Bank Easley, SC, Information Technology Intern (2011)

  • Assist with server administration
  • Oversee IT projects, including system changes, upgrades, new branches, network connectivity, desktop support
  • Resolve software issues pertaining to Fiserv, Avaya IP office, Expedite, Premiere Navigator
  • Creation of system and helpdesk documentation
  • New employee orientations and training


  • MySQL, Java, Visual Basic, GWT Designer (Java GUI Framework), PHP
  • Trained in unit & penetration testing
  • Taken an Android application design course
  • Developed the Clemson.edu/sustainability & ClemsonSEA.org websites
  • Video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
  • Web 2.0 developer: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, HTML Emails, WordPress, Flickr, Typo 3
  • Created SEA Logo using Adobe CS5 Suite: http://ClemsonSEA.org/public



Clemson University, President’s Commission on Sustainability, PCS (2009-present)

  • Point person for faculty, staff, and students for Global Warming and Climate Change leadership in absence of effective network
  • Established the Clemson University Sustainability Plan with the goal of carbon neutrality by 2030


Clemson University, Co-president Students for Environmental Action, SEA (2008-present)

  • Conceived, and designed the SEA website in a format that lead to increased environmental awareness, membership, and civic engagement
  • Identified and created solutions for environmental sustainability efforts in absence of defined parameters without supervision
  • Assisted in the planning of: Earth Day, Picture Green(2x), and Student Organic Farm Aid Festival (3x)
  • Organized SEA into subcommittees of action groups to promote action and to encourage leadership
  • Chaired a team of student, faculty, and staff members who organized the Clemson Environmental Teach-In
  • Spearheaded an honors English class to create the Clemson University Student Sustainability Initiative

Clemson University, Resident Assistant (2010)

  • Mediated conflicts with residents to achieve mutually beneficial resolutions
  • Facilitated the adjustment of incoming residents to college issues and outgoing residents with off-campus and post-college living issues
  • Fostered a living environment that promotes mutual respect among the residents and emphasizes courtesy, consideration, contribution, involvement in the Clemson community



  • Clemson Martin Luther King Service Student Award 2011
  • Solid Green Award 2011
  • Clemson University Most Outstanding Service Organization 2010 (SEA)
  • Outstanding Bridge Student 2008



  • Healthy Campus Initiative Employee (2010-present)
  • Clemson University Bridge Program Student Orientation Ambassador (2010)
  • Palmetto Environmental Action Coalition (2009-present)
  • Clemson University Connect Leader (2009)
  • Pickens County YMCA Summer Camp Counselor (2009)
  • Clemson University Environmental Committee (2008-present)

“I can honestly say that during my 15 years teaching environmental ethics at the college  level, I have never known any student to be as active an organizer, or so strong a  proponent, for positive environmental change.” –Allen Thompson