Abby Randall, M.S.


With more than 13 years of experience in the field of sustainability education, Abby Randall is passionate about inspiring teachers and students to ignite a new generation of green leaders. Born in London, England and raised in Hingham, Massachusetts, Abby has spent the last decade in Austin, Texas, teaching and designing curriculum for a wide variety of K-12 science courses and alternative education programs. Abby holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Trinity College and an M.S. in Agriculture, Food, and Environment from Tufts University.
In her current position as Director of Programs for EcoRise, Abby oversees the implementation of a wide variety of leading-edge educational resources across the United States, including sustainability and design curriculum, teacher professional development, and a K-12 grant program that brings students’ green innovations to life. Abby‘s enthusiasm for authentic, STEM-based sustainability education is evident in her engaging teacher trainings and year-round support for educators around the country.