Contact Us

Contact US

Phone number: (206) 248-4266         
Mailing Address*:126 SW 148th Street, Suite C100-170 – Burien, WA 98166
* Please note that this is NOT our physical address.  
Please follow Directions to find the Environmental Science Center at Seahurst Park.
 
 

Dr. Tara Luckie, Executive Director, (Tara@EnvScienceCenter.org)  has 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector.  Her Tara staff photononprofit career has mostly focused on K-12 education nonprofits.  Tara developed her passion for environmental curriculum while teaching at a science-based charter school in South Central Los Angeles.  She is the past Executive Director of the West Seattle Helpline and has worked for several nonprofits in the greater Seattle area.  Tara holds a Master’s in Education, a Master’s Nonprofit Leadership, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.  During her free time, Tara enjoys skiing, scuba diving, hiking, and anything else that includes the outdoors.  She also loves spending time with her family and traveling.

joannaJoanna Stodden, Program Manager, (Joanna@EnvScienceCenter.org) has been teaching youth to love the outdoors since 2008.  After graduating from the Evergreen State College with a BS in field biology, she worked for several environmental consulting firms conducting stream surveys for amphibians and salmon habitat all over rural Southeast Alaska. She eventually became lonely amongst the grizzly bears and mosquitoes and developed a strong desire to share the diversity of the incredible Pacific Northwest with others.  She has taught environmental education on beaches, forests, wetlands, aboard tall ships, in school gardens, and most recently served as the Program Coordinator for Seattle Tilth’s Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands.

Joanna is thrilled to be back at the Environmental Science Center (ESC naturalist from 2009-2013), as she loves working with the diverse youth that we serve.  Joanna’s hobbies include surfing, skiing, gardening, playing soccer, picking her banjo and calling square dances.  You will most likely find Joanna following an ant back to her colony or squawking alongside the herons.

Jen staff photoJennifer Dumlao, Development Director, (Jennifer@EnvScienceCenter.org) received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Washington.  She has worked with the ESC as a naturalist since 2008 and continues to enjoy working with students during field studies.  She recently completed a Certificate in Fundraising Management from the University of Washington to better serve the organization.  In the office, she manages development activities such as grants, donor cultivation, appeals, and fundraising events.  Additionally, she helps with special projects such as video storytelling.  In her spare time, she enjoys hiking anywhere in the wonderful Pacific Northwest with her husband and toddler!  Her two personal life goals are to visit all 50 states (60% to goal) and all 58 National Parks within the United States (26% to goal).

 

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