Mila was born and raised in Calgary and has spent her summers working in parks all across Alberta. She nerds out when talking about Alberta wildlife and ecosystems, and her happy place is on a ridge in the backcountry with a good pair of binoculars. Mila studied Environment & Sustainability Geography at UBC Vancouver. Mila loves to teach, learn and share her enthusiasm for energy and natural resources, and is so happy to work alongside such a knowledgeable, positive and inspirational group of Educators at Inside Education!
- B. A. Environment Sustainability
We have our roots in forest education, which brought Laura to our door. Laura is an impressive and competent educator, completing her double Masters in both environmental management at UNB, and science in forestry and agriculture at the University of Eastern Finland. She is a leader, mentor and teacher in both team sports and the classroom. Laura brings a unique perspective and depth of experience to our part of the woods.
- Member-at-large on the Athabasca Watershed Council
- Laurier Heights Food Forest Steering Committee Co-Chair
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Charlotte (they/she) is a settler born and raised at the foot of the Rockies, who now calls Amiskwaciy (Edmonton) home. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Conservation Biology from the University of Alberta and has always loved spending time among the moss in the boreal forest. Charlotte can be found rock climbing or canoeing the North Sask in the summer, and cross country skiing most winter weekends! Previously, they have worked throughout northern Alberta and are excited to serve the students and teachers of the peace region.
Jill has been with Inside Education since 2008. In those days you could find her leading students through Alberta’s forests, co-chairing youth summits, and learning alongside amazing teachers.
After a brief hiatus, Jill hung up her hiking boots and began working behind the scenes as our Operations Manager.
- Acadia School Parent Advisory Society
- Director on the Acadia Community Garden and Art Society