Rose Mary Huber is a Retired Teacher, Environmentalist and Community Volunteer. In her retirement years, Huber is focused on working with nature conservation nonprofits.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Rose Mary Huber is a proud alumna of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Huber maintains her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Additionally, she earned her Teacher’s Credential at California State University of Northridge. However, Huber is now retired and does not presently teach or provide formal education.
Rose Mary Huber is a Retired Educator who maintains a wealth of knowledge and experience in providing academic instruction. During her career in Education, Huber became someone that both colleagues and students could relate to and rely on. Over the years, she adapted an interpersonal skill set that has prepared her for a future career in Counseling. For now, Huber is enjoying her retirement by volunteering in the community. But she is open to the idea of potential Independent Counseling and Tutoring opportunities down the line. A natural educator, he has not lost her spark for teaching!
In her retirement from the academic realm, Rose Mary Huber is dedicating much of her free time to community projects and volunteer work. She is a longtime supporter of The National Audubon Society and regularly attends events where she can lend a helping hand. Huber also actively seeks out nature conservation, local birding groups and environmental cleanup initiatives in her area. She is available for volunteer projects in the Oxnard, California community and surrounding neighborhoods.