Heather DiGiovanni (she/her) is a preschool teacher and nature specialist at the Henry Frost Children's program. She holds a bachelors from Mount Holyoke College and a master's in child development from the Eliot-Pearson department of child development at Tufts University. DiGiovanni formerly worked as the preschool program director at the Mass Audubon's Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary. There, she developed curriculum to encourage play and exploration in nature that she continues to use at Henry Frost in the outdoor classroom. Through Tufts University and the Ponte and Chau Consulting, Inc., she served as a research assistant with the Natural Playground Research Project, where she was responsible for overseeing data collection, analysis, and dissemination. She loves to share her passion for nature and science with her students.