, Interim Leader of Audubon's Education & Centers division
, provides strategic advice across the TogetherGreen
program and coordinates TogetherGreen's nationwide volunteer initiative at 40 sites annually designed to recruit and retain new volunteers to assist in wildlife and habitat protection projects, education, scientific research, and conservation work.
Chuck is the National Audubon Society's Director of Field Support for Education & Centers.
career in environmental education spans 21 years and includes: volunteer educator at the New England Aquarium
in Boston, education manager at the San Diego Zoo, and curator of education at the Aquarium of the Americas
in New Orleans.
In 1998 he became Audubon New York's first director of education, and led the team that opened Audubon's first urban nature center in the country in Brooklyn, NY.
In his current position at National Audubon he serves the nineteen Audubon Centers east of the Mississippi and aids them in program development, staff/volunteer training, marketing, outreach to underserved audiences, fundraising, exhibit and interpretive design.
Prior to his work in the field of environmental education he worked in advertising and book publishing.