Emily FeldmanDirector, Lead Teacher  Emily Feldman is the founder of Treehouse Learning and Nature Seeker Co-Founder and Director. She has been teaching for over 12 years in both public and private institutions. She uses progressive educational methodologies, including Waldorf and other cooperative learning models to foster a community of independent, creative thinkers and balanced, well-rounded human beings. Emily’s desire to create a safe, loving atmosphere – supportive of learning, growing and discovering; and her passion for encouraging each child’s true potential led her to build Treehouse Learning, and subsequently, Nature Seekers.  As the Lead Teacher and On-site Director, she is responsible for day-to-day operations, scheduling, parent liaisons, payments and safety while exploring and learning in the outdoor classroom which is Treehouse.
Christy SchultzNature Director, Lead Teacher  Christy Schultz, The Nature Teacher and Founder of ECO-Every Child Outside,  and Nature Seeker Co-Founder and Director has been working with children and teaching, in both the indoor and outdoor classroom,  for more than 20 years.  Her experience is diverse and unique.  After graduating from Florida State University and pursuing her chosen field of Education,  she spent many years teaching in the traditional classroom. Looking for a change and seeing a need for environmental education in the community, she discovered the wonders of the outdoor classroom, where she has continued inspiring and educating both the young and old on the beauty and science of natural ecosystems, particularly those in South Florida.  As a Certified Florida Master Naturalist and Interpretive Guide, Christy is well-trained and versed in the intricacies of Florida Natural History and Ecology. She has spent the last 12 years out in the field – along our coastal shores, in the waters of the swamps, and hiking the highlands.  She and her students are always discovering, exploring, and learning. Nature Seekers is the next natural path for Christy…in co-creating this program, her long-term ambitions are coming to fruition.
Josh Zimmerman
Lead Teacher & Nature Guide; Survival Skills
Joshua Zimmerman is a South Florida native, born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale. Joshua’s love of nature came through his experience in the Boy Scouts of America as a third generation Eagle Scout. Using the knowledge he gained through scouting, personal experience, and excellent mentors he in turn began teaching wilderness survival skills in the Orlando area to UCF students and local adults. After graduating, Joshua was able to work as an archaeological field technician in various excavations across Israel and the Caribbean. Joshua also utilizes his experience as an environmental scientist and educator for the New York City parks system to provide students with a comprehensive and systemic approach to ecology and nature. In his personal time, Joshua is also a musician, artists, sailor, and athlete, and is currently completing his Masters degree in Forensic Science through the University of Florida.
Kelly Green

Lead Teacher & Nature Guide

Kelly Green was born and raised in North Miami and has a true love for all things related to the Sunshine State! She is a fully certified Early Childhood Educator with 5+ years of classroom experience and an overall 15 years of teaching.  Kelly is passionate about teaching children and thoroughly enjoys building relationships with her students and their families. She also spent a number of years teaching with a large home school group on the Treasure Coast of Florida. While there, she enjoyed planning hands on activities and nature themed field trips. This experience makes Kelly a perfect fit for our program, she is excited to be a part of such an inspiring team. The philosophy of teaching that Kelly holds dear is, “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination and instill a love for learning”.  
Reaghan May

 Assistant Teacher 

Reaghan May holds a bachelors degree in Marine Biology/Ecology from NOVA Southeastern University.  She is currently in the process of completing her MS degree in Marine Conservation from the University of Miami. Reaghan is a certified Florida Master Naturalist, she is able to share her extensive knowledge, love and respect of not only coastal, but of the many diverse ecosystems South Florida has to offer. Alongside her scientific career, Reaghan has always had a passion for teaching and has found herself in a variety of academic settings. Her experience in traditional classrooms, as well as children centered care aboard in Ecuador and Mexico has taught her great skills in working with children from many different backgrounds, being able to communicate with parents and making connections with every child under her care. Her passions ultimately lie in bridging the gap between the ocean and society and she is a firm advocate for the idea that change starts with children.’

Camila Sosa

Assistant Teacher & Spanish Immersion

Camila Sosa is an assistant teacher at Treehouse Learning. She has had a variety of teaching experiences through a multitude of public school setting seeing such an outdated system, Camila is extremely excited about her new role. “Treehouse Learning is one of the few educational centers I find that aligns with my values and beliefs especially when concerning education. Therefore, what I can bring to Treehouse is absolute passion!” I will provide students with empathy, guidance and reassurance to build strong meaningful bonds with students and families. I look forward to the ability of sharing knowledge and interests like being physical activity, sewing, music and the environment to help students explore beyond core classes. I believe working in such a place will allow me to show students my authentic self thus encouraging them to do the same.

Adrian Fernandez  Games & Movement 

Adrian has dedicated himself to working with children beginning with
his nonprofit work as a member in AmeriCorps: Miami Reads! Through
this position he realized his desire to contribute to the community
and its youth. After several years of teaching, Adrian has become a
student, once again, in his pursuit to support students’ well-being as
a school counselor. He seeks to encourage children’s critical thinking
and curiousity in an active and inviting environment that Treehouse
Learning offers.