Global EE

Global EE

Global EE

Are you working in a country outside of North America and want to connect to other EE professionals? Are you working in North America but want to learn more about the great EE work happening in other countries? The eePRO Global EE Group is open to everyone and is a way to connect with other EE professionals around the globe. 

The Global EE group on eePRO is the professional development and resource sharing space of the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP). The GEEP is a partnership between the Environmental Protection Administration of Taiwan, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and NAAEE. Its mission is to create a vibrant learning network designed to strengthen environmental education globally to create a more sustainable future for all.

By joining the Global eePRO group, you will be subscribed to the quarterly GEEP newsletter.

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Andy David

Andrew (Andy) David joined the NAAEE team in 2022 and is currently an international programs coordinator. Andy has a passion for environmental education, sustainable development, and working across cultures. He has a B.A from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master's in Development Practices from Emory University. Andy has worked in the U.S states of Wisconsin, Montana, and Georgia and has worked internationally in Ghana and Kenya. He is from a small town on the shores of the Gichigami (Lake Superior). 

Nina Hamilton

Nina joined NAAEE with a background focused on community-based conservation and social inclusion, from working with mangrove-dependent communities in Madagascar to coordinating a global advisory group to promote women's land rights. After a childhood spent living in Asia and Latin America, Nina is particularly passionate about working across cultures to combine her interests in the environment, sustainable development, and social equity. Nina has a Master's in Environmental Management from Duke University. Through her Master's project, she worked closely with a community-based wildlife management and environmental education project in Gabon, where she conducted community mapping in 10 rural communities to better understand their priorities and concerns related to their natural resources. 

Mariam Kabamba

Carlos Perez Murcia

Greatly passionate about ocean conservation, environmental education, youth leadership, and scientific communication. Carlos is a shark lover and an ARTivist, leader of the virtual educational program “Club Tiburones” The Shark Club.

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