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LoriAnne Barnett works full time for Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management as the Urban Forestry Specialist. She has a Master's degree in Environmental Science and Education and has worked as an environmental educator for over 20 years. LoriAnne is a certified Professional Environmental Educator and Member of the Arizona Association for Environmental Education. View her LinkedIn profile here.
Jean Boris is the AZMNA Treasurer. She has served on the AZMNA Board since 2018, when she completed her Arizona Master Naturalist Certification with the Pima Chapter. Jean has a B.A. in Business Administration and was licensed in the State of Arizona as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) 1990-2010. Now retired, Jean was co-owner of a small business in Tucson and has 30 years of experience in business and accounting.
Juanita Armstrong-Ullberg is a Natural Resource Specialist for Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department.
She has a B.S. in Biology and an M.S. in Environmental Biology. She is responsible for developing the natural resource program for the parks with over 20 years of experience managing high-quality natural areas, developing programs for citizen science programs, and working with volunteer groups.
Gabby Hebert is currently the Director of Organizational Learning for Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council where she oversees the learning strategy for the organization and is part of the DEI leadership team. Prior to that Gabby served as the Director of Education for the Phoenix Zoo for 15 years. Gabby has also served on several other non-profit boards, is a certification mentor/reviewer for Arizona Association for Environmental Education. Gabby joined Master Naturalists when she co-developed the South Mountain Chapter of AZMN before it became the Maricopa Chapter. She has a passion for the outdoors and for helping people understand how to care for the world around them. Gabby loves travel, reading, gardening, pottery and lives in Phoenix with her husband, daughter and four cats.
Molina Walters, Dr. Mo, has been a Clinical Professor at Arizona State University since Fall 2004. She teaches elementary and secondary science method courses and environmental education courses. Dr. Mo is the program coordinator for the Environmental Education Program of Distinction Certificate and the developer of numerous science professional development opportunities. She is a Barrett Honors faculty and a Study Abroad program advisor leading a yearly study to Costa Rica.
As a member of the Education team at Highlands Center for Natural History, Sarah brings passion for science, love for education, and rootedness in the communities she serves. As a young scientist, Sarah obtained a B.S. in Earth Science from George Mason University, with research opportunities in freshwater ecology and geomorphology. After working as an outdoor educator and field guide from the Chesapeake Bay, to the Grand Staircase Escalante, her desire to become an educator evolved leading her to receive a M.Ed. in Secondary Education from Prescott College. Sarah brings experience in environmental and educational leadership – constantly learning from and celebrating the communities that make up the Central Highlands, human and non-human. She works hard to facilitate meaningful experiences for people in nature, about nature, and most importantly, with nature.
Amie Esteves is the Program Director at the Bisbee Science Lab. Amie is a graduate of the AETI Graduate Program and the University of Arizona. She manages projects at the Lab including their mobile lab, Sky Island STEAM Express, funded by the Rural Activation and Innovation Network, calls for locally sourced exhibits funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and their new Outdoor Learning Center funded by the Bisbee Foundation. With help from a wonderful team of local community leaders, activists, and educators, she is working hard to improve educational opportunities for the wider Cochise County community.
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