Paula Pack is a native Floridian whose childhood revolved around the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors. Committed to preserving the diverse ecosystem of her youth, she is excited to bring her eleven years of experience in teaching, event planning, and program management to the Foundation. For the last nine years, Paula worked as an instructor and administrator within higher education, where she strove to connect Tampa’s college students to the importance of conserving the environment around them. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from the University of South Florida and is particularly interested in the intersection of environmental, youth, and public health histories. In her free time, Paula enjoys gardening, bike rides, snuggling with her pup, and traveling with her fellow conservationist husband, Dustin.