I received my B.S. in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology from UC Davis in 2013. Since graduation, I have worked for various government agencies monitoring state and federally-listed endangered and threatened species including Giant Garter Snakes, Delta Smelt, and Salt Marsh Harvest Mice. I currently work on Delta Smelt and Chinook Salmon otolith preparation, aging, and database management. I also help lead beach seine surveys for the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project’s mercury study.