Lynne Haley has worked in the education field for over 35 years. She has teaching credentials and a Masters in Education. Lynne enjoys the challenge of developing creative ways to relate science and natural resources to students of all ages. Lynne has led field trips for the IWMA education program since 2004.


Stacey Smith has been with the IWMA education program since 2007. She has a BS in Education from Eastern Michigan University, and California teaching credentials. In addition to her stellar work in the classroom and leading field trips, Stacey coordinates program scheduling and oversees office operations.


Toby Harbison graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude in American Studies from The College of William and Mary. Toby’s experience in teaching environmental education came from working at a nonprofit where she taught grades K-8 in both classroom and outdoor settings. Toby leads field trips and presents class programs for the IWMA.


Ande Fieber holds a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, in Environmental Management and Protection from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Her teaching experience includes work as an Interpretive Specialist with California State Parks. Ande leads field trips to the Cold Canyon Landfill and presents class programs for the IWMA.


Paul Gallo has over a decade of experience as a classroom teacher, and has earned a Master’s degree in Instructional and Educational Technology. He enjoys connecting learning to the real world, and founded Sum Fun Math Camp in San Diego where he lived prior to moving to the Central Coast. Paul leads field trips and presents class programs for the IWMA.


Mike di Milo holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management. He leads field trips and is involved in coordinating all of the environmental education program activities for the IWMA. Mike has over twenty years of experience in developing and administering school education programs.