North Carolina’s oldest forest conservation organization

Amy Juliana, Director of Education

Amy Juliana

Amy Juliana directs the NCFA’s education initiatives, including the successful Sustainable Forestry Teachers Experience and the Forestry & Environmental Camps. Juliana is a North Carolina Certified Environmental Educator, a Project Learning Tree Facilitator, and a Project Wet Facilitator. She joined the NCFA after spending five years leading the natural history public education programs for two Wake County Public Parks. Juliana graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Veterinary Science, and from North Carolina State University with a Master of Natural Resources. Juliana has been an informal science educator for more than 10 years and has led public programs on a wide range of topics pertaining to North Carolina forestry, natural resources, and sustainability. Meet Amy!