Idaho Staff Member
- BS Western Washington University 2008
Originally from the dry side of Washington state, I earned my B.S. in Environmental Science from Western Washington University. Since completing my undergraduate degree, I have worked as a fish and wildlife technician throughout the western United States for various state, federal, and private agencies. My primary role has been assisting in research, monitoring, and implementing conservation projects concerning imperiled fish and amphibian species. Broadly, I am interested in native species conservation and applied freshwater fish ecology. My thesis research focuses on population dynamics and management of White Sturgeon in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River basin. In my free time, I enjoy crocheting and taking my family fishing, rock climbing, and backpacking.