B.S. Environmental Science and Natural Resource Management, M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction, M.S. Science Education
With many years of non-profit administration experience, working in public science education, and advocating for science-based wildlife management, Kristin has spent most of her professional career making science more accessible to everyone. She has mentored youth, young adults, and professionals alike. As a volunteer for the Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and Executive Director for Wyoming Wildlife Advocates, compassion and a love for all animals are central to her personal credo. Born and raised in the Midwest, she and her husband have been happy to claim the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem as their home for nearly two decades. A deep appreciation for the West, wild places, and fellow creatures is why she has dedicated her life to helping protect them.