Bill Dyas, Educator, Community Advocate and Interpretive Guide
Bill grew up on the Chesapeake Bay with a love of the outdoors and a passion for Virginia history and re-exploring the “New World”.
After a career that would take Bill around the world for 30+ years, he returned to Virginia in 2013, settling on the Eastern Shore and continuing his Virginia explorations as a State Park Interpretive Ranger at Kiptopeke State Park where he received the Holly Walker award for Excellence in Interpretation.
In 2018, feeling a need to do more in his community, Bill left the State Parks to become an elementary school educator and mentor for Northampton County Public Schools.
In his off time, Bill continues to introduce folks to the REAL Virginia through Recreation, Education, Advocacy, and Land conservation programs that showcase the natural, historical, and cultural wonders of the Eastern Shore.