Anjoli Fry creates, coordinates and facilitates youth and family programming at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Programs include Sprouts, Nature Play Hour and International Mud Day. She also oversees the Little House indoor learning space, manages education volunteers, and successfully created and directed Camp Wildflower, the Center’s first summer camp in over a decade.
She has been working in the informal science education and environmental education field for over eight years. Before her time at the Wildflower Center, Anjoli created, facilitated and implemented outdoor programming for the Zilker Botanical Garden, Austin Nature & Science Center, and the Boston Nature Center.
Anjoli also led teen programs as a fellow at the Museum of Science, Boston, and patrolled parks and led interpretive programs as a park ranger in Brookline, Massachusetts. Anjoli has a bachelor’s in geography with a focus in resource and environmental studies from Texas State University, is a current board member of the Informal Science Education Association of Texas (ISEA), and has been coordinating and leading outdoor nature-based programming at the Wildflower Center for three years.