Abby Randall, M.S.
Abby Randall has over 10 years of experience working in education and environmental sustainability in Massachusetts, Arkansas, and Texas. After gaining hands-on experience at Heifer International and the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, she moved to Texas to lead various education positions at the Boys and Girls Club and Austin Independent School District. Abby has taught and designed curriculum for a variety of science courses, including 6-8 Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Environmental Systems. Most recently, Abby served as the Science Learning Specialist at the University of Texas High School where she managed all science curriculum and assessment projects, designing innovative, standards-aligned science and environmental science online courses.
In 2014, Abby was honored by Keep Austin Beautiful as a Finalist for their Environmental Education Award. In 2015, she was named EcoRise Youth Innovations’ “Teacher of the Year” for her demonstrated commitment and leadership in environmental education. She currently serves on the Austin ISD’s Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee.
Abby holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Trinity College and a Master of Science in Agriculture, Food, and Environment from Tuft’s University.