April Price works for the Community Environmental Council (CEC) on renewable energy issues. In this role, she leads programs designed to help homeowners and nonprofits transition to solar energy, and is closely involved with local government energy initiatives. Prior to working with CEC, April worked in a variety of outdoor education focused positions. For three years, she worked at Coal Oil Point Reserve (UCSB) where she managed the Western Snowy Plover recovery program, oversaw volunteers, and started an education program to bring 5th grade students to the reserve for field trips from local schools. She also spent time working in outdoor schools in the Santa Cruz mountains, as a naturalist and manager of a high school volunteer program. April has a Bachelor’s of Biology from UC Santa Cruz and a Masters of Environmental Science and Management from UC Santa Barbara. In her free time she enjoys playing beach volleyball, hiking and salsa dancing.