B.S. Environmental Science and Policy, Minor in Sociology and Anthropology, Southern Oregon University
Teton Raptor Center AmeriCorps Member
Hailing from Alaska, and spending the last 15 years in Oregon, Sarah has grown up with a love for wild places. An avid outdoor enthusiast with a passion for environmental stewardship and wildlife conservation, Sarah attained her degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Southern Oregon University, with a minor in Sociology and Anthropology. While creating an educational outreach program for a local wildlife rehabilitation center, and working with children in the classroom, Sarah recognized the importance of learning through doing, and place based environmental experiences, and made it a priority to get involved. This led her to find the Teton Science School field education programs, where they do just that, teaching through experiences! As part of the TSS team Sarah hopes to learn valuable skills from fellow experienced field instructors, as well as having an awesome summer giving kids unforgettable experiences in the beautiful Teton range and surrounding areas!