Wilderwood is proud to introduce and welcome our Volunteer Coordinator, Lindsey Lopez. Lindsey will be active in coordinating the schedules and training of our volunteers, as well as taking a leading role in Wilderwood’s special events. We are excited to have someone with Lindsey’s expertise and passion for involvement in the community, and are thrilled that she has chosen to take on this role with Wilderwood.
Here’s a little more about Lindsey:
Lindsey is a mom of a sweet little horse loving gal and two pups. Currently she works as a Professional Development Consultant at the University of New Mexico’s Center for Development & Disability. She has an educational background in Occupational Therapy, Holistic Health, Religious Studies, Public Health, and Early Childhood Education. She currently holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health, is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, a Certified Community Health Worker, and holds a Level II Infant Mental Health Endorsement. She has a background working as an Occupational Therapy provider within school based settings, Developmental Disability Waiver, Early Intervention, and working as a Center Director in a preschool setting of ages 0-5 years.
Lindsey enjoys giving back to the community in a variety of ways and in her spare time she enjoys hiking with her family and practicing Yoga. Her expertise is in building relationships, outreach, and as a lifelong learner. Among the many things about the fulfilling work at Wilderwood, she enjoys supporting the growth of this program to change the lives of so many within the community and beyond.
For more information about volunteering at Wilderwood, please see our Volunteers page at: https://wilderwoodequinetherapy.org/volunteer-days/