Jamie has more than 12 years of experience in the environmental and conservation fields. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from Florida Atlantic University (2011), where she focused on the human interactive experience in divergent cultures. She earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Education from Florida Atlantic University (2013), where she concentrated on climate change and the human connection to nature. Throughout her career, Jamie has worked with students in Pre-K, where she developed an experiential curriculum to teach about energy efficiency and conservation; with elementary through high school students teaching about energy conservation, climate change and how to become an “eco-friendly citizen”; and with college students where she taught Environmental Science. She has used these platforms and passions to speak at state, national, and international conferences on several topics involving children in nature, climate science and energy conservation. Jamie likes to spend as much time as possible with her two children, whether it be exploring, playing or just enjoying smaller moments together.