Estephanie Martinez-Alfonzo

Estephanie comes to us via paths winding from Venezuela to Boston to Maine and beyond. She is committed to tending land and community and to uplifting the deep nature connection inherent in all people, but especially urban folks, BIPOC folks, and anyone who feel like these ancestral skills are hard to access. Estephanie spends her time learning about social justice, taking care of plants and dogs and bees and people, and dreaming up rad curriculum ideas to specifically support nature connection as an avenue for anti-racism and social justice. In addition to her other leadership training and life experience, she was a long term Wildwood cohort member before stepping into a staff role, and her many levels of experience in our school and beyond make her a beautiful and powerful asset to our work in the world!