Growing up in Nipomo, CA, Doug enjoyed visiting Oso Flaco Lake with his family and feels a special connection to the beautiful natural areas of the Central Coast. Doug holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from California State University Channel Islands as well as a California Secondary Social Science Teaching Credential and a Master of Arts in History from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Doug is also an accomplished author and has a background in the field of environmental history.
Education & Administrative Coordinator
Lindsey grew up in Ventura, CA and relocated to the Central Coast to attend Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management with an emphasis in environmental education. Lindsey enjoys sharing her love of the outdoors with the participants in the Dunes Center’s education programs.
AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator
Kyleigh spent much of her childhood exploring the west coast with her family instilling a love for the outdoors. Kyleigh attended Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo studying Social Sciences with emphasis in education. She joined AmeriCorps to serve the Central Coast community.
The Dunes Center Internship Program offers interns an opportunity to learn job skills, engage with our program participants, develop lesson plans, and to have a rich, rewarding experience they can benefit from. For details, check out our Internship Program page.