MS, Walden University (Science Education)
Margaret has spent her career inspiring youth and community members to enjoy the natural world and become stewards of our environment. She began her work as a field biologist, studying endangered birds, bears, and other wildlife in Oregon, California, Alaska, New Zealand, and Midway Island. Her passions shifted to environmental education, and she worked as a curriculum specialist and educator at the San Diego Zoo and the California Academy of Sciences among others. Aside from nature education, Margaret loves to travel with her family and experience other cultures and wildlife. Margaret also holds a B.S. in wildlife biology, a B.S. in psychology, an M.S. in science education and is a certified instructor for the California Naturalist and Climate Stewards programs at the University of California.