Madeline Goodwin, Director of GHF Online Classes, received her Bachelor of Science in environmental studies and biology from Southern Oregon University, graduating cum laude, and earned her Master of Environmental Studies (policy track) from Evergreen State College with her thesis on Climate Change Education in the United States: An analysis of climate science inclusion in K-12 state science standards. She previously interned at the USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station and the Thurston Climate Action Team and volunteers for the WET Science Center in science education. Madeline began taking university classes at 13, enrolling full-time as a fifteen-year-old sophomore in the fall of 2011. She helped found Southern Oregon Climate Action Now, taught several classes about climate change at Grants Pass High School, and has provided testimony for the Washington state legislature on proposed climate mitigation legislation and the Oregon state legislature on early college entry programs. She loves teaching and mentoring homeschoolers and young college students, especially when she has the opportunity to share her passion for science with them. She serves as Legislative Chair for GHF and recently ran for City Council in Lacey, WA. You can learn more about Madeline here. Madeline can also be found on LinkedIn and Twitter. She blogs at EcoScienceGirl.