Elena Takaki

Elena Takaki

Director of Conservation Education and Professional Development

Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

Washington, District of Columbia,

Roles at NAAEE

Advisory Council, ee360+ People
Advisory Council, ee360+ People

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Conservation, Culture and Art, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Ecosystems, Environmental Literacy, Natural Resources, Biodiversity, Nonformal Education, E-STEM, Sustainability
Conservation, Culture and Art, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Ecosystems, Environmental Literacy, Natural Resources, Biodiversity, Nonformal Education, E-STEM, Sustainability

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Elena was an EE Specialist for NAAEE supporting the state capacity building program, Guidelines for Community Engagement, and Community Climate Change. Prior to coming to NAAEE, Elena was the Program Manager for National Geographic’s Chesapeake Bay FieldScope program and the co-lead staff for Maryland's Partnership for Children in Nature at Maryland DNR. With a B.S. in Natural Resource Management (Environmental Education concentration) from the University of Michigan, Elena has had the privilege of working with Dr. Bill Stapp, who has profoundly influenced her life and career. Additionally, she has an M.A. in Science Education from the University of Michigan and an M.S. in Environmental Science from Johns Hopkins University. Before working at National Geographic, Elena worked at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Michigan. In her spare time, Elena is training to be a teacher of hula.

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