Meet Our Educators
Becca Kedenburg, Education Program Manager
With the Greenway Trust since: 2013
Becca joined the Education Program in April 2013 after earning a B.A. in Environmental Education and a B.A. in Spanish from Western Washington University in 2012. Spending her childhood exploring the Pacific Northwest's mossy trails, rocky beaches, and forested mountains inspired in Becca a deep-rooted incentive to inspect environmental systems and share that knowledge. By helping students understand the intricate connections between humans and nature, Becca hopes to inspire them to be first-class stewards of the environment.
Tony Allison, Educator
With the Greenway Trust since: 2008
Tony was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, and has always been drawn to its natural world of mountains, forests, and ocean beaches. He holds a graduate degree in Marine Affairs, and worked for many years in international fisheries. Subsequently Tony became a certificated teacher in 2003, and taught social studies at the high school and middle school levels in Seattle. More recently he spent five years as an educator and field trip leader for science-based programs at Washington Park Arboretum and the Greenway, and has developed curriculum for new programs at both places. As part of his continuing education Tony has attended numerous classes, seminars, and field trips related to the natural world of the Pacific Northwest; is a member of the Naturalist Study Group of the Mountaineers; and established an environmental education exchange program with a botanical garden in eastern Russia.
Lajoie Bradley, Education Associate
With the Greenway since: 2016
As an AmeriCorps Individual Placement through the Washington Service Corps, Lajoie’s role as the Education Associate will be to assist in educating students within King County about the importance of conserving our environment. She graduated from Hartwick College with a double major in Biology and Environmental Studies, hoping that she would one day go into the environmental stewardship field. Lajoie likes to hike, ski, and learn about the diverse ways that people can connect to nature. She is very excited to work with the amazing team here at the Greenway.
Carlyn Roedell, Educator
With the Greenway since: 2013
Carlyn taught gifted students for 38 years in the Highline School District, grades 2 through 6. She enrolled her students in the Greenway Education Program for many years and vowed that when she retired she wanted to work for the Greenway. She retired last year and we feel honored to be working alongside her. She has a Masters in Special Education from Seattle University and loves to teach all subjects, but has a special love for outdoor education. Carlyn is a native Northwesterner and has lots of good stories about growing up on a farm where the airport is now located.