Welcome May's New Members
Angelina Horn, SoCal Regional Refuge Partnership Specialist, The SoCal Urban Refuge Project provides opportunities for underrepresented communities to interact with nature, for teachers to incorporate nature into lessons plans, and to inspire people to become environmental stewards, even in their own backyards.
Audree Jones-Taylor is committed to the profession of parks, recreation, preservation, conservation, open space, trails and play.
Camila Quintana Del Carpio worked for the Coalition for 3 years while she was an undergrad at UC Berkeley. She loves the work the Coalition does and wants to be able to keep up with everything that we're doing. She believes connecting under-represented communities to the outdoors is a vital part of protecting our outdoor spaces!
Camp Unalayee takes great pride in welcoming children from all walks of life. Unalayee provides assistance to many of its campers, allowing kids from all income levels to have a wilderness summer camp experience. Our program actively teaches campers confidence, compassion, community, and conservation.
Cianna Walker-Flom works to provide leadership development opportunities to young people of color in nature.
Hipcamp's mission is to get more people outside. By connecting landowners who want to maintain undeveloped land with campers who want to connect with nature, Hipcamp harnesses recreation to support land conservation.
Janice Kelley recently created "Nature Detectives” because she is passionate about assisting children and families discover the outdoor world. Her program combines after-school outdoor activities with monthly family events and online learning materials. and families to discover the outdoor world.
Jessica Diaz wants to stay in touch with people working on reclaiming the outdoors and the environment.
Linda Chilton, much of her work focuses on connecting students and families to coastal environments. She has joined the Coalition to learn and to share.
To see a full list of our members, click here.