Field Instructor — WFR
Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, Elisabeth Nadler is one of NCOAE’s field instructors charged with the responsibility of coordinating and then guiding multi-day adventure education classes for our clients.
Elisabeth is a 2014 graduate of Ohio State University where her major areas of study were Forestry and Wildlife. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environment and Natural Resources.
Her experiential education-related credentials include designations as a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and a Leave No Trace (LNT) master educator.
Having worked for a variety of camps, outdoor education programs and guide services, Elisabeth said it is a respect for the outdoors and the people who enjoy the outdoors that drives her passion. She cites a supportive family for encouraging her in her work and her world travels.
Besides anything that involves the outdoors, Elisabeth’s hobbies include playing music, brewing kombucha, and writing letters.
Bachelor of Science in Environment and Natural Resources
Ohio State University
- Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
- Leave No Trace (LNT) Master Educator