"I am a high school science teacher. I have been teaching for 32 years at the same school. My original degree was Agricultural Resources and Technology with a minor in Secondary Agricultural Education. I have taught Natural Resources [an environmental elective], Life Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Principles of Technology [an applied Physics class], Applied Environmental Science, Earth Science, and Biology. I am a graduate of the 2009 ESRI Teachers Teaching Teachers GIS [Geographic Information Systems] known as T3G and the iGETT-RS [Integrated Geospatial Education and Technology Training – Remote Sensing]. I am currently working with several school districts to prepare teachers to incorporate online GIS into classrooms. For the Earth Science class, I have set up two weather stations that collect daily weather. I am a Globe trained teacher. I am the state president for the North American Envirothon [a high school natural resource competition]. I look forward to working with educators and scientists from around the world to better prepare students to understand the impacts of climate change."