Joy Marzolf is a full time Naturalist and Educator with Massachusetts Audubon as well as an Affiliate of the Copperhead Institute. She has been working with and educating the public about reptiles for over twenty-one years, specializing in live animal education programs. Her passion of working with reptiles has also included assisting with field research projects with the Copperhead Institute and training other educators how to raise public awareness and increase appreciation of reptiles and protecting their habitats. Joy has also helped to run several herpetology related conferences in recent years including the Biology of Pitvipers 2, the International Herpetological Symposium, the Biology of Snakes, and the Charlie Painter BioBlitz (2016 & 17). She is also a wildlife photographer and particularly loves photographing reptiles in the wild.