Amy Hoffman (based in Ashland) has a background in natural resources and science education and most recently was teaching science education courses and coordinating an online graduate program. Amy has over a decade of experience in environmental education leading hands-on, experiential place-based programming designed for K-20 learners, educators, and the general community. She led student-driven service learning projects, worked closely with teachers and school districts, and developed and piloted curriculum. Amy also managed and mentored volunteers, student interns, and AmeriCorps members as well as organized large events and was very active in community outreach. Amy is passionate about connecting learners to our great outdoors through inquiry and action in their local communities.