The San Antonio Botanical Garden serves as a 38-acre living museum of plants, tranquil escape, living classroom, research and conservation facility, and entertainment venue where art and cultural experiences come to life.

I am currently the Conservation and Volunteer Programs Specialist. In this position, I coordinate adult programming focused primarily on conservation but also cultural programs relevant to current exhibits. The conservation program consists of around 100 annual programs, in addition to regular Garden-wide and collaborative programs. For examples of classes I taught, please see my Work Samples.

Examples of programs I coordinated: Ikebana with Orchids; iNaturalist Workshop & City Nature Challenge; Intriguing Coastal Plants of Texas; Urban Beekeeping; Urban Ecological Restoration; Fresh and Fruity Floral Arranging; Bonsai with Texas Natives.

I also manage the volunteer program consisting of 200 active volunteers using the GivePulse system.

Honey Tasting at Bee Day, 2021

Rain Chain and Sustainable Design

Virtual Tour of the Garden's Hives

Conservatory designed by Emilio Ambasz


September 19, 2020 - May 1, 2021

This outdoor sculpture exhibition created by Santa Fe artists, Jennifer and Kevin Box, captures the delicate nature of the origami paper art form in museum-quality metals.

May 8, - November 2, 2021

A captivating rendition of Frida’s iconic blue home and garden. This exhibition uncovers Kahlo’s deep connection with Mexican native vegetation and the natural world.

Nov. 19, 2021 - Jan. 2, 2022

Illuminations throughout the garden dazzle the senses on a one-mile trail that includes installations unique to Texas created by both local and international artists.