Catalina Island News

Conservancy Promotes Alexa Johnson To Outreach and Naturalist Training Specialist

Catalina Island Conservancy

Avalon resident Alexa Johnson has been promoted to the newly formed position of Outreach and Naturalist Training Specialist for the Catalina Island Conservancy. She stepped into her new role on March 1.

“In her time as Education Program and Administrative Assistant, Alexa did a terrific job on a wide array of high priority-projects and supporting of our Families in Nature and Kids in Nature programs,” said Frank Hein, director of education.” She’s been instrumental in coordinating, scheduling and delivering naturalist trainings and writing for The Island Naturalist.”

In addition to her wealth of hands-on experience, Alexa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science and Resource Management from California State University, Channel Islands and possesses a very solid understanding of Catalina’s ecology.

She will continue working out of the Nature Center at Avalon Canyon and will be working closely with our community to bring high-quality, relevant and compelling ecological programs to all who live, work and play on Catalina.