November 10, 2015

TEAM

Leadership Team

Betsy Fulreader, Program Director and Senior Educator
(505) 604-0098 (cell)
email Betsy

Janet Masters, Chief Operating Officer
(505) 286-9073
email Janet

 


Program Staff

Rachel Erickson, Environmental Educator


Thrift Store Staff

(505) 286-9611


Board of Directors

Genevieve BarrettPresident
Patricia MaddenVice President
Margaret CallahanTreasurer
Carol AndersonSecretary
Eric RasmussenDirector
OPEN, Director

Talking Talons is recruiting new Board Directors with backgrounds in the following disciplines:

Law: corporate, contract

Human Resources

Education: Primary, Secondary

Biological Sciences, Forestry, Earth Sciences

Accounting

Computer Science, Management Information

Retail services

Please contact Genevieve Barrett to find out how your experience and expertise can be put to work building Talking Talons.

 

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7 months ago
Talking Talons Thrift Store

We are working to share more of the happenings of the Talking Talons Youth Leadership Programs with all of our wonderful Thrift Shop supporters through Facebook and Instagram.

This photo captures ... See more

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7 months ago

We still have 4 paid spaces available and all are invited! Contact Betsy@talkingtalons.org if you are interested!

Our next Youth Advisory Council meeting will be held this Thursday, Nov. 29 from ... See more

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7 months ago
Wild Friends New Mexico

Betsy Fulreader, Talking Talons Program Director, guides kids from UNM Law School's Wild Friends Program through some of the many ways of measuring forest health. To donate directly to Talking Talons ... See more

Wild Friends students learn about wildlife and civics through powerful hands-on experiences. Today 7th graders measured fuel loads in the Cibola National Forest with Talking Talons Youth Leadership. ... See more

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8 months ago

If you know a person 16 or older, they can be PAID to be a part of the Talking Talons Youth Advisory Council. Stipends provide $11/hour for up to 35 hours.

All others are invited to attend and ... See more

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8 months ago
Mayor Tim Keller Welcomes Albuquerque’s First Woman Open Space Superintendent

Congratulations Colleen! TTYL appreciates the many years of working alongside Colleen to bring locally relevant, hands-on, outside environmental education to our youth. ... See more

Colleen McRoberts highly qualified to manage more than 29,000 acres of major public open space

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10 months ago
Talking Talons Youth Leadership

Today is World Water Monitoring Day! #MonitorWater

Talking Talons Youth Leadership and our wonderful partners have been working to educate youth on how they can help protect our local water systems. ... See more

Talking Talons Youth Leadership field trip with NM MESA students studying the Tijeras Creek Watershed near its confluence at the Rio Grande.

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10 months ago
Taking learning outdoors leads to stronger, healthier communities

Wonderful article by Eileen Everett, Executive Director of the Environmental Education Association of New Mexico. Talking Talons Youth Leadership works everyday to contribute to this core effort to ... See more

Imagine a world where our more than 300,000 students received a world-class pre-K to 12 education in New Mexico and were prepared to enter the workforce with curiosity and a

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10 months ago

Join us at the Bear Fair! The Sandia Mountain Bear Collaborative is hosting this festive event featuring lectures on living with Bears and Bear behavior. Children’s events and booths about ... See more

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11 months ago
Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge

The Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge has provided outstanding partnership opportunities for Talking Talons Youth Leadership. This week, TTYL hosted a service-learning day for middle school ... See more

Welcome to this week's #TransformationThursday, your weekly opportunity to learn about all the exciting projects happening on and around YOUR Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge.

It's here! Our ... See more

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11 months ago
Vast new study confirms significant health benefits of nature

For over 30 years, Talking Talons Youth Leadership has been sharing this wisdom with thousands of youth in Central New Mexico as we work “to inspire tomorrow’s environmental leaders, today!”

Global data involving more than 290 million people confirms what we've been saying for years: Time outdoors could save your life.

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