Manager of Research & Evaluation and eeBLUE, NAAEE
T'Noya is passionate about community engagement, inquiry-based learning, and immersive experiences– making EPI's mission resonate with her deeply.
In addition to her work at NAAEE, she serves as a Community Learning Leader for Project Dragonfly, the Board Chair for the Vermilion Sea Institute, and is currently in Class Eight of the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Program. T’Noya is also a member of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation governing council- Science Committee serves on the Advisory Council for A Rocha USA and is an advisor for the AZA Conservation Education Committee.
T'Noya appreciates the opportunity to improve systems and sees the significance of deliberating methods to achieve more authentic and sustainable results alongside others.