Amy studied Wildlife and Fisheries Biology at the University of Vermont, served a 2015 NPS Academy session as a biological technician at seven NPS units in South Dakota (mainly Mt. Rushmore and the Badlands), a Student Conservation Association position tasked with supporting, developing, and providing outreach concerning NPS trails. “It’s challenging to try to change status quos in the way we approach problems when people have been used to solving their problems a certain way for a long time.”
Amie was selected to participate in SHIFT’s Emerging Leaders Program in 2016.
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