Stacey Georges

St. Louis Teachers’ Recycle Center, Executive Director

Community Outreach Specialist, Stacey Georges has been inspiring children to embrace and express their creativity in dynamic ways and gain a love and deep appreciation for nature and our environment for over 18 years. She comes to SLTRC with a BS in Education as well as an MAT and an MA in Education and Innovation with a Certificate for Education for Global Sustainability. Stacey is dedicated to bringing her experience with the constructivist approach, her belief in mindfulness practices, her focused child-centered drive, her knowledge and application of experiential learning, and her outside-the-box way of thinking to all that she does and who she interacts with on behalf of SLTRC.

Margie Hoeing

Lemay Recycle Center, Manager

After 29 years of teaching I discovered the St. Louis Teachers’ Recycle Center. I became a volunteer helping to sort donations and jar up beads and other loose items. I am now the Center Manager of the Lemay Center. It is fun to get donations and go through them finding all the treasures that people have so generously passed on to us. I have been a recycler for most of my life, not always finding new ways to use what I’ve saved. I have found that the Center is the perfect way to bring items, which we don’t know how to reuse, together with people who do know how to use them.

Molly Schlottman

Chesterfield Recycle Center, Manager

I have always had a passion for helping the community, which is why I love my job! I am currently a student at the University of Missouri- Saint Louis and I am studying Psychology. I will be graduating with my bachelor’s degree in 2020. In my free time, I love to volunteer with a non-profit called Helping Hearts Grow that provides food, water, clothing, and other necessities to the homeless in Downtown Saint Louis. I also enjoy reading, hiking, watching movies, and spending time with my husband and pets. I look forward to meeting you on your next visit to Saint Louis Teachers’ Recycle Center.

Susan Blandford

SLTRC Consultant and Play Coach

Susan M Blandford has helped young children access and express their creative spirit since the 1980’s. Formal training in Early Childhood education, includes ISAE Master Play Coach, the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education, the constructivist approach to the art of play. As the founder of the St. Louis Teachers’ Recycle Center (SLTRC), Susan brings together her experience and involvement in child-centered experiential art and play, the study of early childhood development, and environmentally-conscious business practices.