Holly grew up in the foothills of the Green Mountains. She is an avid steward, environmentalist and conservationist. She enjoys all aspects of Nature and especially enjoys camping, hunting and fishing all over Vermont. She is a certified “Let’s Go Fishing” instructor with the Dept. of Fish & Wildlife and “Project Learning Tree” instructor. Holly has been, a Park Ranger and Park Interpreter for the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources- Forests, Parks and Recreation.
She holds a B.S. in Business and Environmental Science and works toward an M.S. Environmental Science from Green Mountain College in Poultney, VT. Education is her passion and she hopes to inspire youth to become invested stewards of the land, air and water. As the Director, of the One World Conservation Center, she plans enriching educational programs for area youth, adults and groups.
Holly resides in Shafstbury, VT where she enjoys gardening, raising chickens, maple sugaring and canning her harvest. She makes jellies from berries collected from local mountain tops. She has two grown children and two granddaughters. She is invested in making a difference for the environment for future generations.