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Student Profiles in the MCM Program

Student Profiles in the MCM Program

  • Meghan Warren, MCM’19
    I received my BA in Biology from Willamette University in 2011. After graduating from college, I moved to Jackson, WY for the mountain life but soon discovered Teton Raptor Center, a newly founded raptor education and rehabilitation center. After several years of assisting in the various programs at Teton Raptor ... read more
  • Rebekah Smith, MCM’19
    My name is Rebekah Smith and I was born and raised near the Appalachian mountain chain of Pennsylvania. I grew up hiking the Appalachian trail and learning about native plants and wildlife from my father who is a naturalist by hobby. In May 2018, I completed my bachelor’s degree at ... read more
  • David Segal, MCM’19
    My name is David Segal, and I am originally from Bethesda, Maryland.  I graduated in 2009 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and since then have had the opportunity to gain working experience in several different animal-related fields.  After graduating from college, I worked for three years in a ... read more
  • Olivia Rozanski, MCM’19
    I graduated from Fordham University with a BA in Biology and a minor in Women’s Studies. My passion for the natural world began to flourish at a young age while exploring the wonders of my 4-acre wooded backyard. This zeal was solidified while interning at the New England Wildlife Center. ... read more
  • Victoria Rowley, MCM’19
    My name is Tori Rowley and I graduated from Xavier University in 2015 with a degree in English and a minor in Natural Science. I spent the first two years after college working as a Seasonal Keeper in the North America department of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. At the ... read more
  • Anjali Narasimhan, MCM’19
    I was born and raised in the multicultural, international community of Geneva, Switzerland. Having travelled widely during my childhood, I was sensitized to the needs of the natural world from an early age and was driven to dedicate my life to wildlife conservation. I have recently completed my B.Sc. in ... read more
  • Dayna Martinez, MCM’19
    I graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in zoology at Delaware Valley University, in my home-state of Pennsylvania. Since college, my work experience has allowed me to reach various aspects of conservation and health including zoo animal husbandry, teaching field courses in Costa Rica, rodent colony management and ... read more
  • Aliris Loperena, MCM’19
    My name is Aliris Loperena and I received a BS in Biology from the University of Central Florida in 2017. I began my undergraduate career focused on a path toward veterinary medicine, but when provided with the opportunity to take a course in Tropical marine biology in Belize I quickly ... read more
  • Elena Iacono, MCM’19
    This past spring, after growing up on the beaches of the Florida west coast, I graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. I was on the pre-veterinary track, and through my undergraduate years worked as a veterinary technician at a hospital in the ... read more
  • Jordyn Ellorin, MCM’19
    I grew up on a small sustainable dairy goat farm in Northern California. I moved to Chico, Ca to attend California State University, Chico and obtained a BS in Animal Science. Throughout my undergraduate degree, I worked at Forest Animal Hospital as a Veterinary Assistant. My goal was to graduate ... read more
  • Hannah Eiseman, MCM’19
    My name is Hannah Eiseman, and I graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with a BS in Zoology. While at UVM, I studied abroad in Patagonia conducting field research. This ultimately led me (after graduating) to spend two summers in Atlin, British Columbia working as a researcher and ... read more
  • Dr. Kritika Dhungana, MCM’19
    My name is Kritika Dhungana and I am from Kathmandu, Nepal. I have wanted to be a Veterinarian and work with wildlife ever since I can remember. Hence, to pursue my passion, I completed my Veterinary degree from TANUVAS university in Chennai, India, in 2014. After graduation I worked in ... read more
  • Dr. Javiera Constanzo Chávez, MCM’19
    I receive an undergraduate degree in Veterinary Medicine in May 2012 at the Universidad de Chile. For the last five years, I have been working in the field of wildlife consultancy, studying environmental impacts of investment projects. This has helped me to understand from the first row, how vulnerable the ... read more
  • Danielle Carnahan, MCM’19
    Meet Danielle Carnahan, MCM’19, “My name is Danielle Carnahan and I am from Seattle, Washington. I graduated from Washington State University in May of 2018 with a degree in animal sciences and a minor in French. Before entering the MCM program I was a full-time college student while gaining experience ... read more
  • Jacqueline Buckley, MCM’19
    Introducing Jacqueline Buckley, MCM’19, “I received my bachelors degree in biomedical science from the University of New Hampshire with minors in Animal Science and Dairy Management in 2014. During my time at UNH I worked at a variety of small animal hospitals, assisted with research publications in dairy science, laboratory ... read more

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