Advisory Board Member Angie Moline
Angie B. Moline, Ph.D. is an ecologist, educator, and visual thinker. Her professional passion is inspiring and empowering people to take creative risks that result in meaningful change.
Dr. Moline is the founder of Moline Creative (www.molinecreative.com). She is an adjunct faculty member at Northern Arizona University, where she teaches a graduate-level science storytelling seminar. She was the inaugural director of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program, the Grand Canyon Semester, and the Summer Conservation Experience, which were supported by over $2.3 million in conservation education grants. Dr. Moline has also taught field-based courses across the western USA and Mexico for the Wild Rockies Field Institute, Prescott College, and Outward Bound. She holds a doctorate in ecology from Colorado State University where she served as a National Science Foundation GK-12 fellow. She also holds a M.S. in Biology and B.S. degrees in Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, and Environmental Engineering.
Angie is happiest when she’s sitting near a wilderness stream with her sketchbook and cup of mint tea, but most days she’s satisfied to sketch her ideas on the front porch of her hand-built adobe home in Flagstaff.