Hadley coordinates Stewards for education, community science and stewardship activities around Camano and Stanwood. She supports the Stewardship Committee, Camano Steering Committee, and Volunteer Education Training Committee (VETC).

Hadley brings relevant experience as a former AmeriCorps Marine Stewardship Educator with the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. During her term she created Salish Sea programming, led low tide walks, participated in a number of citizen science projects, and oversaw volunteers in a variety of settings. She also helped to run the marine mammal stranding network, collaborating on volunteer training and enhancing public outreach regarding HPAI in marine mammals on the West Coast.

Hadley is a graduate of CSU Channel Islands with a degree in Biology and a background in environmental studies. Through CSUCI Hadley participated in restoration work on the Channel Islands as well as operated under the Keiki Kohola Project in Maui, studying coral reef quality, microplastics, and humpback whale mother and calf behavior. With an undeniable passion for marine mammals, Hadley served as a 2022 West Coast Photo ID intern with Cascadia Research Collective, and worked as a volunteer mammologist at the Aquarium of the Pacific as well as a rehabilitation intern with the Channel Islands Marine Wildlife Institute.

Hadley has also spent many years in the veterinary field as a wildlife vet tech.