Pam Musk

Former Director of Centers and Education at the National Audubon Society

Pam Musk has over 25 years of experience in environmental education and conservation. An experienced manager of environmental education programs and nature centers, Pam has expertise in fundraising, non-profit board development and management, human resource management, program development and implementation. She also has been a classroom teacher and provided support to international conservation organizations, focusing on conservation education. Most recently, she has consulted for several wildlife conservancies in central Kenya, helping them to create a collaborative, enterprise-based, conservation education program. Pam’s experience includes program development, staff professional development, budget management, and fundraising. She has gained her experience through positions at the YMCA on the South Shore of Boston, National Audubon Society in New York State, and the Massachusetts Audubon Society.

Pam is also involved with environmental education organizations such as the New England Environmental Education Alliance, Association of Nature Center Administrators and the Museum Institute for Teaching Science. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Nature Center Administrator (ANCA). She has also served on the Steering Committee for New York’s Project Learning Tree and on the Watkinson School (a private school in Hartford, CT) Board of Trustees, chairing their annual fund.

Pam holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from St. Lawrence University. She also has a Master of Arts degree in Educational Studies from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Antioch New England Graduate School.