Georgia retired from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center. Her conservation education career includes NGO’s, state agencies, and universities. Her final career focus was diverse youth employment, conservation leadership, and connecting people to nature. Georgia’s degrees in biology and science education are B.S. (University of Utah) and an M.S. (Florida State University). She has 6 acres in Berkeley County and is a long time supporter of Land Trusts.