Curriculum Vitae


Master of Science, Botany – Field Naturalist Program, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT (2006)

Bachelor of Science, Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation and Management; Minor: African-American Music & Jazz/Guitar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (2000)


UMass Landscape Ecology Lab, Amherst, MA (2000-02, 2007-09, 2013-16) – Plant sampling; natural community classification; assisted with study of marbled salamanders and other vernal pool animals

Kestrel Land Trust, Amherst, MA (2007-16) – GIS mapping; natural resource inventories

Berkshire Natural Resources Council, Pittsfield, MA (2010-11, 2013-16) – Natural resource inventories / baseline documentation reports; rare species surveys

Alford Land Trust, Alford, MA (2015) – Botanical inventory

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA (2015) – Co-created and co-taught a January term course, Ecology Through Animal Tracking

Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Topsham, ME (2012-14) – Natural resource inventories

Hampshire College, Amherst, MA (2010-11, 2014) – Co-created and co-taught a January term course, Ecology Through Animal Tracking

Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program, Westborough, MA (2008-13) – Surveys for rare plants and animals; GIS mapping of rare plant habitat; fact sheet writing; vernal pool certification

Sturbridge Conservation Commission, Sturbridge, MA (2013) – Natural resource inventories / baseline documentation reports

Polatin Ecological Services, Gill, MA (2007-08, 2012) – Rapid ecological assessment; natural resource inventory

Native Geographic, Pike, NH (2012) – Mammal tracking surveys for the Staying Connected Initiative

Hadley Conservation Commission, Hadley, MA (2011) – Animal tracking survey; vernal pool survey

The Trustees of Reservations, Holyoke, MA (2010) – Botanical inventory

Winooski Valley Park District, Burlington, VT (2005-08) – Natural resource inventories; bobcat tracking study; wildlife corridor study

Mass Audubon Ecological Extension Service, Lincoln, MA (2006-07) – Ecological inventory of state Wildlife Management Areas

Landscape Analysis, South Burlington, VT (2006-07) – Botanical inventory; natural community classification; natural history walk

Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Concord, NH (2006) – Plant sampling; natural community classification; rapid ecological assessments

Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Burlington, VT (2003-06) – Breeding bird surveys

University of Vermont Botany Department, Burlington, VT (2005) – Teaching fellow (Introduction to Botany; Systematics & Phylogeny)

Braddock Bay Bird Observatory, Rochester, NY (2001-04) – Migratory bird banding

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (2002) – Assisted with long-term study of black-throated blue warblers

Pelham Conservation Commission, Pelham, MA (2002) – Vernal Pool Certification

Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR (2001) – Breeding bird banding and surveys

The Nature Conservancy, Middletown, CT (2000) – Rapid ecological assessments; natural community classification

Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Amherst, MA (1998) – Forest inventory


Permaculture Design Certificate (2011)

Track & Sign III, CyberTracker Conservation (2007)

Bander, North American Banding Council (2003)


Listed on this page.


Galls and Leaf Mines of Nantucket: Year Five. Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative Biennial Research Conference, Nantucket, MA (2015).

Tracking the Tiniest Animals. Northeast Wildlife Trackers Conference, Westborough, MA (2015).

What Pollinators Do When They’re Not Pollinating. Beyond the Honey Bee: Conserving Our Vital Native Pollinators, Petersham, MA (2015).

Galls and Leaf Mines of Nantucket. Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative Biennial Research Conference, Nantucket, MA (2013).

Sign-based Survey of Nantucket’s Insect Fauna. Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative Biennial Research Conference, Nantucket, MA (2011).

Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates. Northeast Wildlife Trackers Conference, Leominster, MA (2010).