Brittany Casey "Casey"

Virginia Watershed Environmental Education Program (VWEEP) Manager

Brittany Casey

Tenure at CBF: March 2014-present

Education: James Madison University, Bachelor degree in Geography with focus on Environmental Conservation, Sustainability, and Development as well as Geographic Information Systems.

Casey has served as an Assistant Manager of the Philip Merrill Center, Clagett Farm, and the Virginia Canoe Program. A native of Rockingham County and the Shenandoah Valley, Casey is coming back home to teach our future environmental leaders.

Prior Experience:

  • Facilitator and Program Coordinator with Outdoor Learning Center at Horizons
  • Contract researcher (USGS) at Cherokee Nation Government Solutions

Working with the Virginia Master Naturalist Program, Casey devoted some time to classroom studies and community service projects that included local outreach and education programs, conservation and restoration projects, and species inventory surveys.

As a high school student participating in many CBF field experiences, including Expedition Chesapeake in 2005, she had a very unique opportunity to learn about the environment in a very hands on and memorable way. She believes the only way to spread awareness is through experience and building individual connections. You can't develop a passion, love, or even respect for an environment you have never seen. She is honored and excited to be able to bridge this gap for any participant interested in learning what lies right outside our doors, and the role we all play in protecting it.

Favorite Quote: Casey sees each day as a new challenge to be met and believes J.K. Rowling had it right when she said, "It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all���in which case you have failed by default." I look forward to not failing by default, but rather jumping in, getting dirty, and making memorable moments as part of the CBF team!

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