• Welcome to Ms. Lee's Environmental Science page! 
     
     
     
  • Meet the Teacher:
     
    This is my sixth year in the formal education system and I am thrilled to be at such an amazing school. I graduated from Purdue in 2009 with a degree in Natural Sciences and Ecology which led me directly into my career choices since. Directly after graduating I taught non-formal environmental education at the Dunes Learning Center in Chesterton, Indiana for 1.5 years then moved on to teach genetics, technological innovations, and a bit of chemistry at The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, and then I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in a rural community of 136 people in the mountains of Panama developing and implementing sustainable projects in environmental conservation, agriculture, youth development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and NGO development.
    .My house in Panama
     
    Outside of work I am on the Michigan City Sustainablity Commission, a volunteer with a global peace organization, CISV, I'm a member of the Northwest Indiana Paddlers Association, and a Zumba Instructor at the Elston YMCA. I enjoy hiking, kayaking, camping, scuba diving, international travel, and playing volleyball.
     
     
     Machu Picchu 2016  The Great Wall of China 2015  MCAS Board Member Deb Chubb and me at the La Porte County Soil & Water Conservation Annual Meeting & Awards
     
  • Contact me at:
     
    Phone and extension: (219) 873-2061, ext. 7471