Lindsay Walker, Community Education Coordinator
A passionate steward of the Salish Sea, Lindsay Walker has over a decade of experience in environmental education and sustainability. In her previous role, she co-developed a course for undergraduates at the University of Puget Sound that explored different aspects of environmental policy impacting Tacoma’s Tideflats. In collaboration with community partners, she also designed a four-week climate change curriculum focusing on local climate science, climate justice, and advocacy for high school students. Lindsay even trained for her Captain’s license and earned her Merchant Mariner Credential from the U.S. Coast Guard while developing and leading up to three week-long trips for high school students aboard a sailboat exploring marine science and environmental policy in the Salish Sea through the lens of Southern Resident Killer Whales and other marine mammals.
As CHB’s newly appointed Community Education Coordinator, Lindsay is looking forward to developing programs that equip community members to advocate for the human health and environmental equity of their communities and have fun doing it.