Gina Roberti believes in the power of education to inspire awareness, appreciation and stewardship for the natural world. Since graduating from Brown University in 2014, she has worked various internships with the National Park Service in southern Oregon and Idaho. She currently works as a field-based youth educator with the Canyonlands Field Institute, leading 3-5 day-long educational programs for schools from around the country in the Colorado River watershed. In Moab, she spends much of her time on a bicycle, and delights in exploring quiet canyons. She has developed individualized curriculum for elementary, middle and high school students teaching about the natural history of Arches National Park and the surrounding region. Gina has many years of babysitting under her belt and has worked extensively as a field and classroom educator.