Stefanie Tschappat

Education Specialist

300 Breakwater, PO Box 705 Cordova, Alaska 99574
907-424-5800 x 238

Stefanie finished her BA from the University of Kansas in 1999, then set off on a path of adventure and travel that took her across the globe, from the “Bottom of the World”, where she worked at a remote science camp at South Pole, Antarctica, to the the highest peak in North America, where she was part of a Mountaineering Search and Rescue team for Alaska’s, Denali National Park Service. Stefanie has also been sharing her enthusiasm for the outdoors, and the environment, with kids for nearly 20 years. She has been apart of multiple watershed restoration projects, designed and run outdoor education programs, taught organic gardening and farming, and for the last 10 years been living off-the-grid in the Wrangell Mountains, homeschooling her 3 young children, and working as a Biological Technician for Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Service. She has been working with the Prince William Science Center since March 2016, as the Education Outreach Coordinator for Gulf Watch Alaska, and recently transitioned into the role of Education Specialist. Stefanie continues to pursue her Masters of Teaching degree from the University of Alaska Southeast, and has decidedly found her “happy place” in Cordova.