Dionne Douglas is a science teacher at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, Colorado. She teaches MYP Biology and Earth Systems Science. Dionne earned her B.Sc. at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago and M.Ed. from Colorado State University. Prior to joining the teaching profession she worked in Project/Health Management for governmental and international firms.
She enjoys partnering with educational institutions to develop relevant curriculum for students. Examples include the Fire Ecology unit developed with NASA, CSU; student-created ‘Drought in Colorado’ climate change video project, developed with CIRES, CU Boulder; and the Water in the West unit developed in partnership with COSEE, CU Boulder.
Role in BANR: Lead Teacher