Meet APW’s New Maricopa County AmeriCorps Members

Nov. 4, 2021
Every school year, APW brings aboard members of the UArizona Wildcat Corps AmeriCorps program for one year of service to help deliver water education programs in the community. This year APW is excited to invite eight AmeriCorps members to join them in developing and delivering innovative water education to communities. Four new Tucson members were introduced two weeks ago; now please join APW in welcoming four new Phoenix Metropolitan members to its team.
Phelan Stover grew up in Florida and is a lover of the ocean. After earning her BS in Environmental Restoration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, she then moved to AZ to continue her education. Currently a student at ASU, she is working toward an MS in Environmental Resource Management at the Ira Fulton Engineering College. Phelan loves to adventure in her free time, whether that be hiking, camping, or kayaking.
Crystal Lloyd joins APW’s team as she embarks on a career change. Crystal recently graduated from ASU at the top of her class with a BS in Sustainability and Public Policy. She enjoys all aspects of APW programming, from teaching to event planning. When not educating, she enjoys creating art and exploring national parks. 
Rachel Mlsna grew up surrounded by lakes and forests in the rolling hills of Wisconsin. She brings with her a BS in Engineering Physics from Saint Louis University and an MS in STEM Entrepreneurship from the University of Notre Dame. She’s thrilled to be spending time in the desert and to be learning more about water. In her spare time, you can find her running and driving for hours to find new spots to swim.
Robert Stoll has been involved with APW ever since his mother brought him along to volunteer at festivals! And he says, “Since then I've grown close to the organization of my own right. Keenly interested in informal education, it's my hope one day I can use my skills to create publicly available digital literacy and STEM experiences for students, parents, and teachers alike." Robert brings with him great technology skills. He has a BA in History from NAU and is currently working on a Library Sciences degree.