An Introduction to the New Executive Director at Cope Environmental Center!
The search to find the next Executive Director at Cope Environmental Center has ended as Karin Hostetter signs on to join the staff starting June 1, 2020.
Karin brings to CEC a wealth of knowledge that she has attained over 40 years in science and nature education fields. She has a variety of experience working as an educator and administrator and comes to CEC as a certified interpretive trainer with the National Association for Interpretation. She presently is also the owner of Interpret This, a self-owned business that provides interpretive training, writing, and planning nation-wide and internationally.
A Message from Karin
My two dogs and I are excited to become part of the CEC family. Even though I have spent the last 34 years living in Denver, CO, I have always missed the deciduous forest and spring wildflowers so I am excited to be coming back to those. I grew up in Indianapolis and graduated from Earlham College, so in many ways I am coming home and looking forward to being closer to immediate family in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
My entire career has been spent in some aspect of environmental education, from teaching in nature preserves, to running education departments in museums, to bringing science to low-performing elementary students. In my spare time, I love farmers’ markets, craft fairs, gardening, quilting, hiking, showing American Saddlebred horses, and travel. I hope you will share some of your favorite community locations and activites as I meet you.
I look forward to being at CEC – as soon as the status of the virus allows!
Looking forward to seeing you soon in person,
Interested in learning more about this release and the future of Cope Environmental Center?
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