Deb Smucker

Deb’s love of travel and Latin America began during her college years in the 80s. She traveled to Costa Rica as part of a study abroad program through Goshen College. During her 4 months stay she lived with a local family, studied Spanish and volunteered at a rural nutrition center.

After college Deb returned to Latin America as often as possible – traveling for a year from Tijuana to Argentina, leading high school volunteer groups in Ecuador and Costa Rica for several summers,directing a summer teaching internship program for college students in Ecuador, and finally joining EcoTeach in 1999.

Deb has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, and an M.A. in Student Development Administration from Seattle University in Seattle.

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Greg Enright

With over 26 years as a junior high school art teacher, Greg Enright knows firsthand how to motivate and inspire students.

Greg has worked with EcoTeach since its inception in 1995, helping to create exciting, environmentally responsible, hands-on activities and experiences for group participants. Today Greg frequently travels to Costa Rica, working with guides and scouting new venues.

Greg lives in Poulsbo, Washington with his wife Judi, also a retired teacher, and has two grown children and three grandchildren.

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Liz Wall

Liz dreamed of traveling throughout her childhood, and realized those dreams in college, spending a semester living with a family and studying in Copenhagen, Denmark and the summer travelling throughout Europe, the United Kingdom and Russia. After graduating college, Liz spent a summer living and working in Glacier National Park, Montana. Travel remains a priority, and trips have taken her to Southeast Asia, Central and South America, Europe and throughout North America. She’s a big fan of epic road trips, and takes them as often as possible!

Prior to joining EcoTeach full-time in early 2016, Liz spent 25 years in the nonprofit sector providing direct services to runaway and homeless youth, completing community-based needs assessments, consulting on affordable housing, and working in nonprofit administration. Liz has a BA in Social Sciences from Simons Rock of Bard College and an MSW from the University of Washington School of Social Work.

Reach Liz at 800-626-8992 x15