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Bill Finnegan

I am interested in the use of digital media and persuasive technology in environmental education.

Katie Kunze

I am a teacher at a public charter school in Michigan's upper peninsula that has an environmental focus.

Emily Kennedy

Elizabeth Childers They/Them

Mary Davis

I am a lifelong learner eager to put my decades of experience in education to great use in environmental education. I look forward to collaborating with local organizations, partners, and stakeholders to build relationships that support and sustain a healthy & active educational partnership. Our environment needs us!

Emma Harrison

Elizabeth Waugh

Program Director, environmental educator, and CIG open to all opportunities and collaborations. Passionate about inclusive community bonds in nature, stewardship, and regenerative & sustainable practices.

Ken Benton

Linsey Palazzi She

I have been teaching for 18 years.  14 of those years were have been in teaching biology.  As a biology teacher, I have lead environmental clubs in all of the schools that I've taught in.  I also have 12 years of envirothon coaching experience.  I'm hoping that my environmental education certification will help me teach AP environment and provide me with resources to use with my environmental science club.

Kent Chapple

Megan Annis

Allison Eddy She/her

Mali Givens

Susan Sanger

Holly Thomas-Hilburn

Shanti Srinivas She/Her/Hers

Dr. Shanti Srinivas, Associate Chair of the Arts & Sciences Department at Galen College of Nursing, is an Assistant Professor and a Human Ecology/Environmentalism educator. She also teaches Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and is the developer and facilitator of Galen’s DEI college-wide training. With 18+ years of experience in higher education, teaching various social science subjects, her true passion lies in her desire to raise her nursing students’ awareness regarding climate justice and other environmental concerns.

Elliott Fackler He/Him

Anivelise Rivera

Amy Lane

Olivia Zickgraf

Para La Tierra is a nonprofit organization, conserving fragile habitats in Paraguay through Scientific Research, Community Engagement, and Environmental Education. Our award-winning environmental education program Voces de la Naturaleza is creating a new generation of Eco Leaders.

Victoria Carr

Gretchen Engstrom

Jennifer Keller

Experienced Science Teacher and Teacher Leader with a demonstrated history of engaging students, teachers, and community members in sustainability initiatives. Nature and Forest Therapy guide committed to healing connections with nature, others and ourselves. Interdisciplinary scholar at Antioch NE.

Ruby Estrada