Individual Legacy Award Winner
As Project WILD coordinator for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Kiki Corry trains and supports the Project WILD facilitators across the state of Texas. She brings experience from both the classroom and informal educational settings. Certified to teach middle and high school biology, she taught 5th-8th grade science at Cornerstone School. Kiki moved from volunteer trail guide to Education Coordinator at Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve, an educational preserve near Austin, Texas. There she refined her skills not only working with volunteers, but with delivering educational programs for a wide range of ages and experiences.
She has served on the National Environmental Education Advisory Committee, represented the Project WILD Coordinators on the Project WILD Subcommittee of the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and been on the planning committee for the National Science Teaching Association’s Congress for Chapters and Associated groups.
Here in Texas, she sat on the Boards of the Texas Association for Environmental Education and the Informal Science Education Association. She currently chairs the Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee (to the Texas Education Agency) and is Past-President of the Science Teacher Association of Texas.