Ariane is an environmental educator and is convinced that nature can inspire anyone who gives it a chance. In a year, she connects more than 3000 students and young children with the outdoors. For her Master's degree, she investigated the skeletal development of feather stars with her field work taking place at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre on Vancouver Island. In 2014, soon after graduating, Ariane left her hometown of Laval, Quebec and her mother language of French to come to beautiful British Columbia. She loves scuba diving, skiing, mountain biking, and playing drums.