Marcella Wells is President of Wells Resources, Inc, a woman-owned, small business that specializes in interpretive planning, visitor studies, and project management. Founded in 1998, Wells Resources works with federal, state, and local land management agencies, informal learning settings (museums, nature centers, arboreta, etc), and non-profit organizations as an advocate for visitors. Before founding the company, Marcella was a faculty member in the College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University where she mentored graduate students and taught several courses in interpretation, interpretive planning, environmental education, and leisure studies. She is past Vice President of the Visitor Studies Association and is currently part of the Core Team for Children and Nature Network – Fort Collins, and a National Associate on the Education Committee of the American Association of Museums.
New publication: Interpretive Planning for Museums: Integrating Visitor Perspectives in Decison Making. M. Wells, B. Butler, J. Koke. Leftcoast Press, 2013