Camila Rivera Tinsley
Camila Rivera-Tinsley is the director of education for the Parks Conservancy. She leads the Conservancy’s growing slate of all-ages environmental education programming and also helms the Frick Environmental Center, the first publicly owned Living Building in the United States. With an extensive background in environmental education, horticulture, permaculture, and urban agriculture, Rivera-Tinsley serves on the Environmental Education Advisory Council for the state of Pennsylvania. Camila’s 16-year history of serving her community through her profession, volunteer work, and as an adviser to environmental organizations of color have formed and cemented her passion for providing opportunities to connect all peoples to green spaces in their community. Her true motivation lies in creating a more inclusive and verdant future for her 14-year-old daughter.