I’m from Greenville, Georgia and earned my Bachelors of Science in Forest Resources from The University of Georgia in December 2018, majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences. Most recently, I worked as an Environmental Educator at Fortson 4-H Center. During my time at the University of Georgia, I discovered the concept of Conservation Medicine through my school’s Conservation Medicine study abroad course in Costa Rica. Since then, I tailored my education to further my knowledge in the field and developed a passion for urban wildlife health. My goal is to become a professor of wildlife biology and conduct research on urban wildlife ecology, nutrition and health. Outside of school, I enjoy yoga, Disney, reality television, and spending time with family and friends. I have two pets, a five year-old rescue Staffordshire terrier named Ivy and a two year-old rescue calico cat named Coral.