About the Team
Tyson Miller- Director, Editor
Tyson Miller is the Dream of a Nation project creator and editor. He is a social entrepreneur and leader in the environmental movement who has been developing new organizations and initiatives for nearly 20 years. Over this timeframe, he has completed an award-winning documentary on environmental education and founded or cofounded five organizations and/or national initiatives including Green Press Initiative, Project for Improved Environmental Coverage and Dream of a Nation. Tyson is currently the director of SEE Innovation and lives in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife and two boys.
Kelly Spitzner- Associate Director, Designer
Kelly Spitzner is the associate director and designer for Dream of a Nation. She has used her talents in design and communication to bring to life the social and environmental issues that are near and dear to her heart. From creating innovative resources for parents, teachers and the kids they love to educating and organizing voters around environmental issues, she believes in the power of a well communicated and smartly designed message to engage people and move issues forward. Kelly hails from the great state of Minnesota, and currently resides in New York City.
Moira Bradford has been an educator for ten years. She taught English and history in public education, English at Western Carolina University and is currently a PhD candidate and teaching fellow at UNC Chapel Hill in English. She is National Board Certified in Young Adult/ Adolescent Literacy through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Ms. Bradford also works for the Internationalist Prison Books Program, a nonprofit that sends free reading and educational material to inmates in the Southeast.
Eliza Volk- Outreach Coordinator
Eliza is passionate about connecting youth with the natural environment as a way to build relationship, create community, and design a sustainable culture. Eliza is an environmental educator with a broad range of experience, from teaching at wilderness and farm-based camps, working in alternative education, and mentoring inner-city youth while doing animal assisted activities. She currently works for Muddy Sneakers, teaching 5th graders in the mountains of Western North Carolina.