Danielle Luchkowec

After growing up in the suburbs of New York, Danielle moved to Utah to start her path in environmental education. Over the years, Danielle has been working and traveling the country and abroad fostering her love for the outdoors in National Parks, …

Morgan Olson

B.A. Geology, University of Hawai’i at Hilo

Morgan moved to Jackson in January 2022 to serve as the Program Administrator for Field Education with Teton Science Schools. Her passion for the outdoors stems from a middle school trip to the Big Island of Hawai’i where she witnessed the amazing power of volcanoes. …

Julia Olson

M.S. Hydrology, University of New Hampshire 

B.S. Environmental Geoscience, Boston College

Julia was born and raised in Massachusetts and joined Teton Science Schools as an AmeriCorps service member in Field Education in 2019 after graduating from Boston College. …

Sam Neirman

M.S. Natural Science Education, University of Wyoming 

Graduate Program of Teton Science Schools 

B.S. Forestry and Plant Biology, University of Vermont Sam comes to TSS with a sincere belief in the power of place, …

Lena Goss

B.A. Geology, Whitman College

Lena grew up in the Pacific Northwest exploring the tidepools, beaches, and forests of Puget Sound. At college in eastern Washington, she studied geology and biology and got the chance to study the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem through field courses in the summers. …

Jessamyn Biette

B.S. Environmental Science, Dickinson College

B.A. French & Francophone Studies, Dickinson College

Jessamyn moved to Jackson in January 2019 to work as a field instructor for Teton Science Schools and has served in a variety of roles in Field Education ever since. …

Hannah McLimans

M.S. Environmental Humanities, University of Utah

B.M. Violin Performance, Northwestern University 

Hannah grew up in Madison, WI and learned to love the outdoors through many childhood camping trips to the Apostle Islands, …