Corinne has followed the call of the woods and streams since she was a child.
Corinne has been following the call of the woods and streams since she was a kid growing up in Western New York. She counts herself lucky to come from a rich background of innovative educational settings that encouraged curiosity and wonder, working with extraordinary staff and students of all ages. She has been a teacher and administrator in these programs for the past 20 years, including helping to found and lead Shackleton School, an expedition-based high school in Massachusetts. Her passion for wilderness education has been shaped by family adventures, work with Girl and Boy Scout and YMCA camps, a graduate degree in Environmental Education from the Audubon Expedition Institute, travels in Thailand, Europe, Central America, Canada and the United States, and adventures with learners from ages 8 to 80 in a variety of settings. Corinne also has a strong background in curriculum development and community building. She is delighted to explore changing seasons and primitive skills with others as we play, discover, and celebrate each other and this planet we call home.