Noelle spent many summers as a child and teen at Girl Scout camps, both as a camper and staff, which inspired her love of outdoors and working with children. After getting her B.S. in Environmental Science, she moved to Washington, where she spent time doing environmental restoration work throughout King County, and then worked as a naturalist leading field trips for elementary students. Upon completing her Masters of Education, Noelle hopes to continue to work with students in outdoor education settings. When not spending time with children in the woods, Noelle loves to read, play ukulele, and work on her never-ending supply of cross-stitch projects.