Sadie millsEducator & Coordinator

Phone: (352) 273-1936

Sadie Mills is a coordinator and environmental educator for TESI. She manages programs and events that support TESI’s mission of educating Floridians about the state’s natural systems and the threats they face.  

Mills earned bachelor’s degrees in ecology and evolutionary biology, and anthropology from the University of Arizona. After graduating, she served two years with the AmeriCorps program supporting education and conservation efforts at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center before serving as an educator with the University of Georgia 4-H Environmental Education program. She went on to earn a master’s degree in environmental studies from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, with concentrations in environmental education and coastal management.  

Mills also coordinates The FOSSIL Project, an NSF-funded initiative that supports community participation in the science of paleontology.