Angie has over 15 years of experience in the fields of conservation planning, volunteer management, and environmental consulting. In her current role, Angie provides in-depth assistance on the planning and installation of urban native landscapes, and engaging volunteers in the stewardship of those spaces through a position supported by Shaw Nature Reserve and the Missouri Department of Conservation. She also provides ongoing technical support to the MSD and Deer Creek Watershed Alliance Rainscaping programs administered through the Missouri Botanical Garden EarthWays Center. In addition to serving as the volunteer coordinator for the South Grand EcoCrew volunteer group. Angie received her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Biology from
Drury University and earned a Master of Science in Biology from St. Louis University. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the earthday365 and the River Des Peres Watershed Coalition nonprofit organizations.
Angie was born with a love of nature and the outdoors. Her favorite childhood memories include creekin’ and camping with her family at the Paddy Creek Recreation Area located in the heart of the Mark Twain National Forest. In her spare time, Angie also enjoys hiking, canoeing, landscaping with native plants, and spending time at her parents’ 111-acre rustic Bed & Breakfast located just south of Fredericktown, Missouri.