Krista Munger, MS

Krista Munger is a on educator in the field of science. She began her work on land preservation in 1997 as an intern biologist with The Nature Conservancy and has been a longtime advocate for conservation.  More recently, she directed stewardship and educational outreach for the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy. Krista has surveyed much of the Hudson Valley in search of plants and animals of special concern and is an expert in our region. She is active in field research and public educational programs. She enjoys gardening, skiing, and exploring local history.

Andrea Snyder, MD

Dr. Snyder, a graduate of University of Michigan Medical School, completed her residency in psychiatry and a fellowship in child psychiatry at the University of Michigan as well. She had many years of experience as a staff psychiatrist at the Veterans Administration. Raising two sons in Lewisboro, she worked in community mental health and with the elderly in Westchester for over 14 years.

Andrea enjoys hiking, biking, swimming, gardening and spending time outside. She is glad to share my love of the outdoors by volunteering in the community with the Lewisboro land Trust and especially with the Access Nature Program.

Dr. Regina Toolin

Regina is an Associate Professor of Science Education at the University of Vermont. Currently, she leads a statewide STEM education initiative that will serve K-12 schools. In addition, she directs a number of professional development projects for middle and high school science teachers for the Vermont DOE Math and Science Partnership and the NSF.

Dr. Toolin, a former middle and high school science teacher, has served as Regional Science Coordinator at BOCES/Northern Westchester, and Professional Developer for New City Public Schools. She has collaborated in the development of K-12 science curriculum, including Kids for Biodiversity, Science 21 and grades 6-12 math and science curriculum projects in Westchester County, New York City, and Vermont. Dr. Toolin has published research pertaining to science teaching and learning in Science Education, Science Teacher, International Journal of Science Education, Journal of Geoscience Education, and Journal of Science Education and Technology.