Stefanie Maio

About Stefanie Maio

After taking the Wilderness Basics Course, Stefanie Maio became a member of the Sierra Club San Diego in 2007. Since then she has become active in the Chapter by leading outings on the Bus Trips, being Chairperson of the 2016/17 Wilderness Basics Course and is now the Outings Leadership Training Coordinator for San Diego. She is passionate about the outdoors and enjoys inspiring others to explore, enjoy and protect the planet!

Beat the Heat! Be Safe when Hiking this Summer in San Diego!

As summer approaches, the days become longer, the weather warms up and many of us want to get outdoors and explore the trails to local watering holes and waterfalls. Two of the most popular hikes in the area are Cedar Creek Falls and the Three Sisters Falls. What many people don’t realize is that these [...]

My Experience at the 2018 Women’s March in San Diego

I asked a few members of the Sierra Club San Diego to tell me about their experience at the 2018 Women's March. Approximately 1.6 million people participated in the March across the United States to celebrate women and to march for a number of issues that affect everyone nationwide! Over 37,000 participants attended the event in [...]

New Year’s Resolution: Going Green

Is Being Green on Your New Year’s List of Resolutions? You may remember Kermit the Frog singing the tune “it’s not easy being green”. Here are some tips from Michelle De Nicola on what you can do to live a greener lifestyle. Choose a couple of items and include them in your New Year’s List [...]

How the Sierra Club is transforming into a more equitable, just and inclusive organization

All across America, the Sierra Club is hosting workshops for staff and volunteers to transform the organization to one that is more equitable, just and inclusive. Recently 4 volunteers, Mayela Manasjan (North County Coastal Group), Kelly Conrad (North County Group), Bobbi Jo Chavarria (San Gorgonio Chapter) and Stefanie Maio (San Diego Chapter) attended the Growing [...]

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