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Margaret is the of Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Children & Nature Network where she builds initiatives in target communities across the U.S. to fuel the effort to connect children to nature. Margaret is a policy and program architect who connects environmental learning and play with the goals of achieving health and wellness for children. Across Texas and the U.S., she facilitates community planning to increase children’s access to nature through partnerships that address specific needs in communities. Margaret is a national leader in designing programs that increase outdoor physical activity, mental health, and healthy lifestyles for children and families.
For over 25 years, Margaret has been committed to helping children achieve educational excellence in schools. As a researcher, curriculum designer, and publishing executive in the fields of K-12 reading and science, she has designed award-winning educational programs that have reached hundreds of thousands of children across the U.S. She holds two B.A. degrees and an M.A. degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives with her husband and their two sons on their ranch in Texas where her favorite thing to do is taking her boys on adventures in the creek bed.
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