…is a conservation education consultant and with more than fifteen years of experience working with formal and non-formal educators. Stephanie worked for the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) for nine years overseeing their national Schoolyard Habitats Program and serving as the Senior Director for Field Education Programs. In her roles with NWF she oversaw curriculum development, teacher training programs, community-based volunteer conservation initiatives and program evaluation. Most recently, Stephanie served as the Director of Education at Woodland Park Zoo where she directed and evaluated the development and implementation of educational programs for children and adults, schools and communities, that inspired them to care for and protect the natural world. Stephanie earned her master’s in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Montana concentrating in conservation education. Travel and immersion in other cultures through exploration of the natural world has always been a priority in Stephanie’s life and she is thrilled to connect these professional and personal pursuits through the Advanced Inquiry Program at Denver Zoo.