Glenn Phillips is a lifelong environmental educator and conservationist. Raised in Livermore, he got his start in environmental education sharing his collection of reptiles and amphibians with local kindergarten classes when he was in second grade. Glenn has master’s degrees in urban sustainability and science education and is thrilled to return home to the East Bay after many years in NYC, where he was Executive Director of NYC Audubon and Vice President for Education at Prospect Park. At NYC Audubon, Glenn helped grow the membership base and expanded programming across the city, and directed the publication of the country’s first Bird-Safe Building Guidelines. Glenn can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.