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Kira LaFosse-Baker

Kira LaFosse-Baker (she/her)

I had one of those lucky childhoods where I spent most of my free time in nature; flipping logs, tasting clovers, climbing trees. I then spent my first years in the workforce in a cubical, learning without a doubt that I was built for an outside job. After some years with the Trustees of Reservations putting on public programming, I was offered my dream job and started on my track to being a nature-based early educator. After attending MEES conferences for several years, I decided I wanted to put myself on the other side of that registration table. I saw an opportunity to combine my marketing desk-job passion and skills to use in an industry whose mission burns deep in my soul. And so here I am. Just a girl, standing in front of some environmentalists and educators, asking them to check out that bug with her.

I am classically afraid of heights and famously had to stand on a zipline platform in Costa Rica waiting for everyone else to pass me (including my husband) so the kind professionals could walk me back down to the parking lot.

I love walking around outside and identifying everything I see on iNaturalist. I have 1,000 observations and counting.

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