I am from Sao Paulo Brazil. I graduated in Biology in Brazil (I studied one semester as an exchange student in Paraguay) in 2012 and I just graduated with my second bachelors, in Plant and Wildlife Ecology, from the Brigham Young University – Idaho. In the almost 4 years I’ve been in the US, I’ve had several jobs on campus (including working at their Wildlife Museum). I also worked at the Camp Don Lee in Arapahoe, North Carolina, at The FARM Institute, in Edgartown, Massachusetts, at the Appalachian Mountain Club, in the White Mountains, New Hampshire, and at the Sea Turtle Camp’s international program, in Costa Rica. About my role in the Walking Mountains, I am excited for the opportunity to be part of the community, make a difference in the lives of the kids and families I am going to work with, and for the opportunity to explore the outdoors of Colorado. I love drinking tereré and playing games with my family and friends. I also like to play soccer (especially futsal), watercolor, hike, play guitar/sing, go on picnics, Latin dance, watch movies/The Office, explore, and travel.