Julie Wignall has been the recipient of the Conservation Educator of the Award, and 2 J.C. Penney Golden Rule awards for her development of an intergenerational reading program.
She has received honors for her pioneering efforts in developing the first program to introduce visually impaired students to aquatic life, for the design of a research program
assessing learning capabilities of autistic children interacting with dolphins, programs developed for at-risk teenagers, and science cafés to enable the public to interact with
scientists in a casual setting. Julie’s education programs have been translated into numerous languages for use in other countries. She’s a certified facilitator of Project WILD and
Julie’s consulting services in the area of Educational Programming assists museums, zoos, aquariums, art groups, agencies, and organizations in developing exciting, innovative, and
accurate high-quality educational materials and programs. Every project is specifically tailored to fit the needs, cultural concerns, audiences, and budget of the client.
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