Amy Neblett is a life long educator and has always had a love for nature. Amy moved from Austin, Minnesota (the hometown of SPAM) to Galveston Island to attend Texas A&M at Galveston and earned a BS in Marine Biology. Upon graduation, she moved to Singapore where she worked with the Singapore Environment Council writing nature curriculum and leading tours of the rainforest preserve.
Amy began her classroom teaching in Pearland and then in Galveston at Ball High and Trinity Episcopal School. She taught 6th -12th grade sciences for 20 years. In 2023, Amy made the leap from Artist Boat volunteer to Operations Director over the education programing and Coastal Heritage Preserve.
Amy enjoys birding, hiking, snorkeling and fishing near our island and around the world with her husband and daughter. She encourages you to go outside and observe your surroundings today. You may just see a new bird for your life list!