Joe Zofrea is an environmental educator. He has worked with various non-profits and the park service for the last 7 years. Joe specializes in interpreting and teaching about the natural world around us. He has led student groups on multi-day trips through the heart of Olympic National Park and enjoys sharing the wonders of one of his favorite places on earth. This project has been a dream of his for quite a while!
Caroline Walls is a field scientist and naturalist who has worked seasonally for Olympic National Park since 2010. She has worked as both an interpretive park ranger and a field scientist throughout Washington and Alaska. As a park ranger, she has worked in nearly every corner of Olympic National Park, helping others connect with the unique wilderness that she loves so much. She is currently working on her M.S. in aquatic ecology, focusing on watershed restoration.
Eliza Goode is a filmmaker who specializes in nature cinematography and scientific interpretation. She has honed the art of lightweight 'backpacker filmmaking' and has worked on film projects in national parks including Olympic, Sequoia, Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Glacier. She has an MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking.
Grant Longenbaugh is a professional nature photographer. He has worked to build the library of photographs for Olympic National Park and served as Photographer in Residence for their centennial year.
Katie Draude is the summer programs coordinator for NatureBridge and has vast knowledge when it comes to backcountry planning and travel. She also has teaching experience in the backcountry and has been on many long backpacking trips through the Olympics.