… is a high school Spanish teacher who is enamored with nature and wildlife. She likes nothing better than to wander her property in southeastern Indiana with her husband and two dogs. A lifelong learner, Leah graduated from the Global Field Program in 2014. This program proved transformational for her as she traveled to Baja, Peru, and Australia and met some of the most inspirational people on the planet. Since graduating from the program, she has had the pleasure of working as a Community Learning Leader in Belize, Australia, and Costa Rica as well as a Curricular Support Assistant for Project Dragonfly. In addition, she has been teaching biology as an adjunct professor for Ivy Tech Community College for the past four years. She believes that enthusiasm is contagious and that education, inspiration, and empathy are the keys to encouraging people to step out of their comfort zone and become conscientious stewards of the planet and responsible global citizens. She is incredibly excited and humbled to be included among the remarkable people that make up Project Dragonfly and is excited to see what the future has in store.