Ivy Archer Winters
2014 Annual Gala Co-Chair

“NatureBridge has developed a great deal of expertise in the field of environmental education and continues to develop an experiential approach to connecting young people to nature that builds productive thinking skills, self esteem, and a strong connection to the sheer inspiration and beauty of nature. What NatureBridge does so well is bring in the beauty, the excitement, and the spirituality of the natural world with a wonderfully grounded curriculum that emphasizes science and math.”  

Ivy Archer Winters joined the NatureBridge Board of Directors to promote hands-on environmental education on a national scale and to help NatureBridge develop into a world-class leader in this field. Ivy first joined the NatureBridge Golden Gate Board in 2010 and became a member of the NatureBridge Board in 2012.

When she was in elementary school, Ivy attended a summer camp in Oregon called Camp Tamarack, where she slept in cabins on a beautiful clear lake. Ivy sought the peace of the lake for a sense of strength and comfort when she was feeling low, and nature has been a source of solace for her ever since.

Along with NatureBridge, Ivy has served on the boards of Coyote Point Museum (now CuriOdyssey) and the Hillsborough Public Schools Foundation.

Ivy lives in San Francisco.

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