Kate Wiltz is a Research Associate at the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, a unit of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University.
Wiltz designs and develops professional training and visitor education on a variety of topics, including wilderness management, resource protection and stewardship, instruction and group facilitation, and, most recently, accessibility in recreational settings. She has led strategic planning efforts in university and government settings and facilitates stakeholder engagement for program improvement and evaluation in parks and public lands.
Wiltz holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology and Environmental Studies from Indiana University, a Master of Science in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Environmental Communication, Education, and Interpretation from Ohio State University.
I am passionate about elevating voices of marginalized communities across all aspects of quality of life and place. I believe that this is best done by meeting people where they are and providing them the support necessary to realize their vision for personal and community wellness.
- Environmental Stewardship and Sense of Place
- Learning Outcomes in Nonformal Education