Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
Roles at NAAEE:ee360 Partner
Field Education Faculty
Teton Science Schools
Connections. Luciana Ranelli’s personal and professional life revolve around the theme of connections as she fosters relationships among people, sees connections between ideas, and invests in connection to place. Joining the ee360 project ties in her passions for communication, social justice, inquiry, outdoor exploration, and education. Luciana is currently at Antioch University New England working toward a Master of Science in Environmental Studies with an Environmental Education concentration. Prior to Antioch, Luciana dove deeply into environmental education practice as a Naturalist at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center in Northern Minnesota for three years. She’s particularly proud of her role at Wolf Ridge in which she facilitated educational culture and curricular shifts to include formative assessments and research on how people learn. Luciana holds a Graduate Certificate of Environmental Education from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and a BA in Biology and Secondary Education from the University of Minnesota, Morris. An ice skating adventure on a pristine lake in Vermont stands among the most magical of adventures in her most recent memory...and she is always on the lookout for more.