Apply to the Leadership Academy!

FALL 2019 Leadership Academy Applications for the FALL 2019 term (July – November 2019) are now OPEN. Applications are due Thursday, July 11th, 2019. APPLY TODAY Our Goal To find, educate, develop and encourage environmental stewards to care for our public lands and to advocate for the protection and enhancement of our mountains, forests, rivers, parks, and urban open…

Leadership Academy Spotlight: Joel Glen

How did you hear about the Leadership Academy and what inspired you to apply for the program? I heard about the Leadership Academy through a Facebook link. What inspired me my mission to clean up the East Fork after my good friend passed away. I feel he would have wanted me to do something like…

Nature For All Celebrates 13th Leadership Academy Cohort Graduation

After completing six months of biweekly evening trainings, our 13th Leadership Academy cohort graduated on May 9, 2018! Nature For All celebrated the graduation at the Jeff Seymour Family Center with keynote speaker David Diaz, Programs Director of BikeSGV. We presented the Leadership Academy participants with their diplomas, and Jenny Lopez spoke about her experience…

Leadership Academy Spotlight: Alejandra Sandoval

How did you hear about the Leadership Academy and what inspired you to apply for the program? I heard about the Leadership Academy from a friend who had met Roberto Morales (Nature For All Coalition Chair) at a social event. I was inspired to apply for the program because of the opportunity to carry out…

Leadership Academy Spotlight: Dorothy Wong

Dorothy Wong is a graduate of our Leadership Academy and was recently elected to the Altadena Town Council. How did you hear about the Leadership Academy and what inspired you to apply for the program? I found out about the Leadership Academy from BikeSGV and was eager to be a part of protecting our mountains while also…

On the Ground Work Update: Guiding The Eagles to Their Nest Project

Leadership Academy graduate Liliana Camacho Guzman led a workshop at Drew Magnet High School, followed by an Eaton Canyon visit and hike with the students. As part of her project, Guiding The Eagles to Their Nest, she discussed environmental justice, access to green and open spaces, and our work in the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and…