Arabelle Britton She/Her
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.
Katrina Schlicker She/Her/Hers
Stephanie Somerville Zamora
Born and raised in Costa Rica, I developed a passion for nature, which led me to earn a B.S. in Biology from the University of Costa Rica and an M.S. in Nat. Res. with an emphasis in Environmental Education and Interpretation from UW-Stevens Point. I am passionate about conservation and education. I'm part of the K-12 Education team at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Adrian has enjoyed a lifelong career in environmental education. Starting out as a park ranger, he has since served as Statewide Director of Education at Massachusetts Audubon, Director of Operations at the Center for Whole Communities, in Vermont, and as NAAEE's Senior Director for Technology Programs. As the founder of eeMatters, an environmental education and interpretive planning consulting group, Adrian led professional and community-based teams that developed strategic plans, master interpretive plans, exhibits, and technology-based communication tools for clients as varied as NAAEE, Maine Audubon, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Trustees of Reservations, Monadnock Media, Old Sturbridge Village, and New York Botanical Gardens.
Green Ummah is a nationally incorporated non-profit organization seeking to create an environmental and environmental justice movement within the Muslim community. Green Ummah was created in 2020 by youth advocates for the environment who found a gap in the Canadian Muslim community as it pretains to environmental consciousness. Since our inception, Green Ummah has expanded the team to include four coordinators, amassed a volunteer base of 40+ volunteers across the country, and built strategic partnerships with organizations such as Nature Canada. We hosted Canada’s first Muslim-organized environmental conference in 2020 and launched the first-ever ready to teach curriculum focused on Islam & the Environment and Environmental Justice (The Greening our Communities Toolkit).
Follow us on social media: @greenummah (Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or Twitter) and check out our website www.greenummah.org for more information.
Jimena Cuenca she/her
Hi! I’m Jimena, raised in Southern California with a love for nature and shaped by my family. I now call Alaska home, where I’m a part of a community seeking to build momentum for climate action.
Previously, I’ve worked in fieldwork helping on avian research projects with the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service before working with the National Parks Service as a park ranger. At present, I’m a Digital Community Coordinator at NAAEE. When I’m not supporting our amazing eePRO community, you can find me reading, writing, doodling, or bicycling to the nearest coffee and tea place.
I am traineds as a conservation biologist, but for most of my career I have developed curiculum on climate change, ecology, and life science; research teaching and learning in science classrooms; and am currently conducting enthnographic studies of vernacular science in the communities around me. My theoretical stance is sociocultural, informed by John Dewey and Lev Vygotsky.