Aaryn Kay has worked with more than one hundred non-profits in almost every U.S. state and Canadian province. Aaryn's work has supported the transfer of science and conservation values from the academic sector to the public, integrated nature-based discovery into school settings, and developed innovative partnerships between the private and public sectors. Her demonstrated abilities to link conservation, recreation, and sustainable communities has resulted in significant funding for her clients to implement their vision for a better future.
Prior to founding Kay-Linn, Aaryn was a freelance grants specialist, coordinated trailbuilding and advocacy events, co-taught 150 weekend long trailbuilding seminars for volunteers and land managers in 32 states, instructed a graduate-level environmental education course at Duke University, and directed Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment’s Community Outreach.
Education: Masters of Environmental Management, Masters of Arts in Teaching, Duke University, Focus on conservation biology and environmental education. B.S. in Biology, Bucknell University.
Aaryn is also the current administrator for PTBA.
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