Program and Events Coordinator Sam Arroyo is a recent college graduate with his degree in Educational Studies and is excited to apply what he’s learned to his new role at Envirolution. Raised in Reno, Sam loves all things athletics. He spent much of his free time running through nature and exploring the desert areas near his home. He worked in STEAM roles while pursuing his degree, working full-time at Tesla, Nuro, and Waymo. Sam is excited to teach kids about careers in STEAM fields using his own experience in functional robotics to show how attainable it is with dedication and hard work. He hopes toRead More →

Educational Materials Manager Jessica is a self-taught artist that has been living and working in the Reno area for the last twenty years. She loves to paint and experiment with new and interesting artistic techniques. She also has a love and commitment to the community and believes that social change and environmental protection are key elements for the future generation’s success. Jessica has spent many years working and volunteering at local art initiatives and the Nevada Museum of Art where she spent three years training and teaching STEAM education to students and teachers alike. With Jessica’s background in art and a penchant for experimentation, she loves toRead More →

Co-Executive Director Operations and Technology Mike has been in Operations, Sales & Marketing for over 15 years.  His passion for the environment and sustainability along with his expansive skill set has made him an integral part of the leadership for envirolution. Mike is from Las Vegas but fell in love with Reno during college at the University of Nevada, Reno where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Digital Media with a minor in Spanish.  He then moved to Monterrey with his Wife, Vanessa and worked with The Surfrider Foundation, Monterrey as Webmaster / Graphic designer. He also volunteered extensively at the community garden Vanessa startedRead More →

Envirolution has quarterly cleanups at the park they adopted through Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful’s Adopt-A-Spot program to encourage pride in our community. A cleanup of Pickett Park will be one of the activities during our upcoming Sustainability Tour, held during the Washoe County and Carson City School District Spring Breaks between March 26th and 30th for students aged 12 to 18. The next cleanup will take place on Friday, March 30 from 11-12pm. To participate, email More →