Andrew Lombardi

While I originally grew up in New England, I recently returned after a five year hiatus of living in the Northwest. Before joining Wolfe’s Neck Center, my career has varied from teaching secondary education, to marine ecology in coastal Maine, and leading tours and demonstrations on a farm. Most recently I was able to be a part of the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, where I was involved in all of the amazing public programs on and off zoo grounds.

Now that I’ve moved back, I couldn’t be more excited to bring my experiences to WNC. Our public programs give visitors and families a chance to deepen their connection with this magical place, and to be part of that is pretty special.

When not here, I am generally running through the woods somewhere, attempting to be a chef, and trying to spend as much time outside as possible.

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