Anne Moore Siebecker - Director of Education, Marketing, Programs and Development
Stephanie Hunger - Lead Educator
Stephanie resides in Hewitt, NJ with her husband and 2 children. She and her family enjoy hiking, camping and snowboarding together. Stephanie earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Ramapo College and a master’s degree in Special Education from William Paterson University, and holds New Jersey teaching certificates in both fields. She has over 15 years of experience teaching both art and recreational programs to Pre-K and Special Education students as well as adults and seniors with cognitive disabilities including dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Stephanie enjoys home gardening and composting, and maintains a Butterfly Garden at her children's school. She is thrilled to join the team at Weis to facilitate connecting people to nature and the environment.
Giselle Cuevas - Educator
In addition to presenting her wonderful "Eclectic Kids" programs at Weis, Giselle joins us in 2019 as a p/t educator and counselor for day camps and field trips. Read more about Giselle's unique background and experience.
Sarah Crosby - Education Advisor
Sarah grew up in Ringwood, NJ, and studied Philosophy and Environmental Studies at Rutgers University, graduating in Spring 2018. Sarah worked as a Jr. Counselor at the former Weis Ecology Center before it closed, and returned as a Camp Counselor after the center reopened (as the New Weis Center) in 2015. She has worked as one of our field trip educators, and was promoted to Head Counselor for the 2018 summer camp season. From Aug-Nov 2018, Sarah interned at NJ Audubon-Cape May, working on theIR Monarch butterfly monitoring project. She begins a new position as an Educator at the Watershed Institute in 2019, but will continue to serve as an advisor for our day camps, field trips and public education programs. Her interests include conservation, environmental education, organic agriculture, and plant ecology, and she is happy to have the opportunity to share those passions with the community.
We are fortunate to have two college interns from Ramapo College every year, as part of the "May H. Weis Environmental Award". The award was established In 1984 with a generous donation in May Weis’ memory by her son, Leonard W. Weis, Ph.D. It is a joint program between Ramapo College and The New Weis Center. Recipients of the award participate in a one-year paid internship and receive a full tuition scholarship for one semester at Ramapo College. These interns receive training and professional development, and assist with field trips, summer camps, and public programs.
We also accept additional interns throughout the year on a rolling basis. Depending on their experience and the nature of the internship, they may also assist with programs and events. Learn more about our Interns and Internship programs
Meet The Staff