Lisa Hutchings is the School & Family Education Coordinator for Mass Audubon. She has been with Joppa Flats for 15 years. Ms. Hutchings attended LIU Southampton for marine biology and worked at the New England Aquarium for ten years as the Senior Supervisor of Outreach & Public Programs. Ms. Hutchings supervises and trains seasonal teacher naturalists, education and animal husbandry interns and teen naturalists to help connect people to the natural world and help uphold the mission of Mass Audubon which is to protect the nature of Massachusetts. Ms. Hutchings presents teacher workshops, gives lectures and leads programs for homeschool, preschool, families, teens and school groups. Lisa lives in Amesbury with her two teenagers, Abby and Danny and her husband Mark.