Founder & Executive Director
Cameron Young is a professional wildlife biologist and the founder and Executive Director of the Center for Snake Conservation and My Nature Lab. His passion for snakes is contagious; he turns fear into fascination, curiosity, and respect. His mission of conservation through education inspires the educational programs at the Lab. Cameron is actively involved in all programs at the Lab.
Rebecca (Becca) McGeary is a former public school teacher with a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education and the current Education Director at My Nature Lab. She has led story time, volunteered, and helped to develop the educational programs at the Lab for the last three years. She loves nature, is a lifelong learner, and believes in educating the mind, body, and soul.
Lindsey Levine is a Colorado native who has always had a passion for wildlife. With a degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, she worked in climate change research as a part of the McCain Lab. She has helped educate and work with all age groups, from preschoolers to college students, as a nanny, camp counselor, and teaching assistant. She is excited to share the wonders of the natural world and conservation as a part of the My Nature Lab team.
Maya enjoys reading and writing, and is an artist. She likes birds and marine biology as well. In the future, she hopes to become an ornithologists or a professional artist.
Amelie loves reading in her free time and flipping rocks to find little critters. She loves reptiles, specifically snakes. In the future, Amelie would like to pursue herpetology as a career!