Tamberly Conway, Ph.D.,serves as an Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Certified Guide, an ANFT Certified Forest Therapy Trail Consultant and Director of the ANFT Certified Forest Therapy Trail Program. Tamberly served with the USDA Forest Service fornearly 12 years, and served six of those years as a Partnerships, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, for the Conservation Education Program at the USDA Forest Service in Washington, DC., where she served as a Program Manager for a variety of official USFS traditional and non-traditional partners. During her tenure with the USFS, she became the first USFS employee to receive support for her pursuit of becoming an ANFT Certified Guide, and continued receiving support in her work to propel Forest Therapy within the agency, and among diverse communities through funding bilingual Forest Therapy sessions at community events, engaging with medical professionals in health and nature collaborations, and supporting the first-ever bilingual ANFT Forest Therapy training in collaboration with a number of diverse partner organizations. Tamberly left the USFS in December 2019 to pursue the avenue of expanding the forest therapy practice and engaging in consulting service through her new business. Tamberly is serving to support the establishment of the first ANFT Certified Forest Therapy Trail on National Forest lands, on El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico and serves to support a growing number of ANFT Trail Certification Consultants in establishing Certified Forest Therapy Trails throughout the world. Tamberly seeks to improve connections among people and the land, through the Nature and Forest Therapy practice,which she believes is a critical factor in the development of individual and community health, as well as a vital factor in the health of forests and other ecosystems around the world. Tamberly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Management from McNeese StateUniversity, a M.S. in Forest Recreation Management, and a Ph.D. in Forestry,with a focus on Human Dimensions in Natural Resources from the College ofForestry and Agriculture at Stephen F. Austin State University.