Ashley Hoffman, Executive Director
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Ashley Hoffman has served as the Executive Director of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education since 2010. She holds a B.S. degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida and a Masters in Nonprofit Administration from North Park University School of Business and Nonprofit Administration. She also currently serves as the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Affiliate Network Chair, as a member of the NAAEE Advisory Council and as the Executive Director of the Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEA). The Affiliate Network represents the state, provincial and regional environmental education organizations of NAAEE. The SEEA is a collaboration of environmental education organizations in the eight southeast states (AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, and TN). Ashley is a Certified Professional Environmental Educator and a certified member of the NAAEE Guidelines Trainers Bureau. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to new places and enjoying time in the outdoors with her family.
Brittany Wray, Education Director
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Brittany has served for the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education since 2016. Prior to working with KAEE, she was a formal educator, teaching sixth grade math and seventh grade science. She holds a B.S. degree in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in math and science. In May 2016 she earned a Masters degree in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in Environmental Education. Brittany earned her Environmental Education Endorsement through Eastern Kentucky University. She now serves as the state co-coordinator for Project WET, and as the state coordinator for the Leopold Education Project. In her free time, Brittany enjoys spending time with her husband and unbelievably cute toddler, playing outside, and seeing live music.
Destiny McCauley, Outreach Coordinator
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Raised on a 600 head registered Angus cattle farm in the south, Destiny has a deeply rooted background in agriculture. Prior to coming on board with KAEE, she was a program and event director through the central Kentucky area chamber of commerce, providing membership services to the business community through central Kentucky area chamber of commerce organizations. She holds a B.S. degree in Animal Science and Communications from Western Kentucky University and a Business Administration degree from South Florida State College. While having a diverse background of experience centered around public relations and member services, she is happy to circle back to her roots. In her free time, Destiny enjoys spending time on the farm, traveling to new places, and photographing livestock shows.
Isabel Jenkins, Communications Intern
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Isabel is a rising Junior at the University of Kentucky studying Natural Resources and Environmental Science. Within this major, she is focusing on Environmental Education & Communications and Conservation Biology. While this is her first professional experience working in the field of Environmental Education, she grew up benefitting from EE opportunities in Kentucky and hopes to give back to the next generation. During the school year she spends her time as a media consultant for UK, creating event coverage and informational videos for the University, and as an outreach assistant for the Natural Resources and Environmental Science Program, writing for a biannual newsletter, tabling, and designing promotional content. After graduation, she aims to combine her educational experiences in both science and media to increase environmental literacy.