Middle School Developmental Designs Facilitator

Emily Hoyler is a facilitator and educator based in Vermont. Her work centers on relational systems change, community-engaged learning, place-based learning, and organizational development. Emily is a former classroom teacher who has taught youth in grades 3-8, and now works with the University of Vermont’s Institute for Agroecology. She is a doctoral student in UVM’s Transdisciplinary Leadership and Creativity for Sustainability program, and holds an M.Ed in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University, as well as a B.Sc in Geography from the University of Victoria in Canada.