Carri LeRoy, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Sustainability in Prisons Project
Member of the Faculty, The Evergreen State College
Dr. Carri LeRoy is a Member of the Faculty at The Evergreen State College and has Co-Directed the Sustainability in Prisons Project with Dan Pacholke since 2011. Through her teaching in the Master of Environmental Studies (MES) Program at Evergreen and her research program in ecological genetics, she mentors graduate students and undergraduate students in their work with SPP.
With a PhD in Biology, she is fascinated by interactions between forests and streams and has studied riparian systems in Washington, Arizona, and Utah for the past 10 years. Dr. LeRoy has published over 25 scientific research articles with students and collaborators in the fields of stream ecology, ecological genetics, riparian forest ecology and prairie plant community dynamics. She has received grants from the USDA and NSF and has received an award from the North American Benthological Society.
Dr. LeRoy’s interests in non-formal education are based on her Master’s degree in interdisciplinary environmental education and her desire to facilitate environmental stewardship in broad audiences.
Learn more about Dr. LeRoy at her personal website.