Isabel grew up in Wisconsin, spending most of her years in Sheboygan County. Her connection to nature started with environmentally related health challenges that led her onto a path of restoring the health of land and people.
For the past eight years, Isabel has been active in environmental stewardship. Starting in high school, she had been involved with many local environmental happenings while interning for Maywood Environmental Campus. Once she graduated high school, she moved to Upper Michigan to pursue a degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability with a minor in Food, Environment and Society. While in the UP her passion for cleaning up the environment and
teaching people about it grew. She co-led a conservation group for three years while attending college at Northern Michigan University and spent many hours volunteering with amazing
organizations such as the Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy, the North Country Trails
Association, and the Noquemanon Trail Network.
Moving back to Sheboygan has inspired Isabel to help contribute to a city that she wishes the
best for, which starts with the land and waterways. She is very excited to carry on with her
environmental journey in her hometown.
Aside from working on bettering the environment, Isabel enjoys a litany of hobbies from biking
and running to cooking and writing with goals to be a lifelong learner always up for a new