Daniella Rodriguez

Daniella Rodriguez

ee360+ Consultant


Blue Hill ,

Roles at NAAEE




Biodiversity, Citizen Science, Civic Engagement, Climate Change, Conservation, Culture and Art, E-STEM, Ecosystems, EE Certification, Environmental Literacy, EPA Priority, Evaluation and Assessment, Forestry, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Marine, NAAEE Publication, Natural Resources, Nonformal Education, Policy/Advocacy, Population, PreK-12, Service Learning, Social Marketing and Communication Strategies, Sustainability, Technology, Urban EE, Water

Daniella earned her B.S. in Conservation Biology and Ecology from Arizona State University.  She holds a certificate in Sustainability and Behavior Change from the University of California-San Diego and is pursuing her master’s degree in Environmental Studies from Prescott College. She has been in the Environmental Education field for over a decade. This includes working as a gallery interpreter for the Arizona Science Center, as a Recreation Coordinator for the City of Chandler Nature Center, and then as a Water Conservation Specialist for the City of Chandler. Daniella recently transitioned to the East Coast and has helped the Shaw Institute, a nonprofit marine and environmental research center in Blue Hill, Maine, with outreach and special projects. She’s excited to join the NAAEE team and help support the ee360+ program.

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