Haley is an Outdoor Educator who finds purpose in holding spaces of compassion, intention and community within an experiential learning environment. She is an avid Spanish speaker and feels most at home when traveling abroad, exploring the world and its people through the lens of native cultures and traditions. Haley graduated from Lewis & Clark College in 2012 with degrees in Psychology and Hispanic Studies. She then spent three years teaching English in Barcelona and collaborated on an urban permaculture project with her international preschool class. During her time in Europe, Haley practiced biodynamic farming methods on the southern coast of Spain and lived on a traditional family farm in rural Sicily. She has most recently worked as a horticultural and wilderness guide in Hawaii and California and is inspired by the land and its ability to regulate and heal, her students and their consistent teachings, and the mirrors that nature provides for her own personal reflections. When not in the field, Haley can be found by the ocean, dancing, singing and laughing with her closest friends.