A creative thinker and doer who links people, places, and programs, Akiima Price is a nationally respected thought leader at the intersection of social and environmental issues.
Her innovative programming strategies feature nature as a powerful medium to connect economically stressed communities in meaningful, positive experiences outdoors that affect how they feel about themselves, their communities, and their parks.
From her early experience as a Ranger with National Park Service in 1993 to work her international work with environmental and social service organizations, Akiima has cultivated over 25 years of experience into cutting-edge best practices in trauma-informed environmentalism.
June 22, 2023
Digging Deep: Tools for Nature Engagement in Economically Stressed Communities
Join Akiima Price for a hands-on workshop to dig into the tools she uses to surface community-led solutions that help build meaningful connections between economically stressed communities and local parks.