Stacey grew up in the beautiful state of New Hampshire, where she fostered a love of everything outdoors. She attended the University of Vermont where she received her Bachelors of Science in Wildlife Biology. During college she worked at a traditional overnight camp in Maine teaching horseback riding and animal care. It was during that time that she fell in love with teaching youth about our environment. Since then she has held many different roles at various camps and environmental education centers ranging from Lead Naturalist to Program Director. Stacey is extremely passionate about connecting youth with the great outdoors in order for them to become excellent stewards of the land. In her free time you can find Stacey hiking the mountains with her dog Nova and birding!
Born and raised in Colorado, Jen graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. While there, she gained extensive knowledge of various biological fields
including animal behavior, ecology, and conservation, as well field techniques at CU’s Mountain Research
Station. Fostering her love of nature from a young age, she initially joined Bird Conservancy’s team as a
volunteer to pursue her interests in environmental education and now serves as Program Manager for the
education team. Jen directs Bird Conservancy’s Leaders in Training Program, providing transformative
experiences in science and leadership for teens. In her free time, Jen enjoys hiking, drawing, and playing music.