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Meet the Staff

 

Nancy Fiske joined the staff in September, 2013.  She brings to NJ Audubon a strong background in environmental conservation, education programming and community outreach.  Most of Ms. Fiske’s career has been focused upon instilling in people an awareness and appreciation for the natural world.

After a career which included work with the NYC Parks Department Urban Park Rangers, Staten Island Historical Society, Director of Education at the Staten Island Zoo, and Curator of Education with the NY Zoological Society’s Prospect Park Wildlife Center, Nancy moved to National Audubon Society, where she served as Field Membership Director and later Donor/Field Services Manager.   As Sanctuary Director at Plainsboro Preserve, Ms. Fiske is looking forward to getting back into education and the environment.

Nancy has served as a volunteer in a number of community organizations, including the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce, and as a local Girl Scout leader.  She has been active in the Plainfield community, having served as a consultant to the Plainfield Library for the redesign of the Children’s Library, helping to create a Tropical Forest themed center that has won several design awards.     

Nancy resides in Plainfield where she and husband Lamont Blowe operate a B&B.  Click here for more information on Ms. Fiske's background.

Anna Wright-Piersanti: Teacher Naturalist

 

Anna Wright-Piersanti joined NJ Audubon's staff in June 2012 as the Nature Camp Intern, and returned to NJ Audubon in June 2013 as the Nature Center Assistant. She is now a Teacher Naturalist at Plainsboro Preserve. Anna also teaches and develops curriculum for the Junior Ornithologists at Duke Farms, a program for young birders ages 6-11. Anna earned her B.A. in Biological Sciences at Rutgers University. She loves hiking, and going birding. As a Girl scout and Venture scout, she spent much of her childhood surrounded by nature. Anna believes that the best way for children to appreciate the outdoors is to explore and discover with their own hands.