Sally Plumb is the Biodiversity Coordinator of the National Park Service and works with parks around the country to facilitate and encourage the discovery of living organisms and citizen involvement in the parks. Believing that long-term stewardship can only be accomplished through igniting the imagination and excitement of the next generation, Sally is passionate about engaging children in the national parks. Sally is the author of two natural resource books for children: A Pika’s Tail and The Hole Story; enjoyed every moment of serving as a resource education ranger in Yellowstone National Park; developed Windows into Wonderland, a series of electronic field trips for children on Yellowstone resources; and created the content of the Old Faithful Virtual Visitor Center. She is excited to be working with the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation to support and grow the National Park Service Biodiversity Youth Ambassador Program so that these young Ambassadors are enabled to effectively communicate biodiversity awareness among their peers.