Jerry Scoville
Jerry Scoville
Gerald Scoville Trustee Biography Jerry with a BS in biology from The Evergreen State College, an MS in communications from the University of Utah, and a MS in biology from Utah State University, has been affiliated with Round River for over twenty years, working on the Mexican Wolf, Border Cat, Great Bear, Namibia and Taku projects. Most recently…
Elliot Hulet
Elliot Hulet
Elliot Hulet Trustee Biography Elliot has a BA in Mathematics from the University of Utah and programmed computers 22 years at Sperry Univac/Unisys. He has been on the board of directors of Weber Pathways, a non-motorized trail group, for 15 years and involved with the Ogden Nature Center. He and his late wife, Susie, started…
Kathleen Wilson
Kathleen Wilson
Kathleen Wilson Director of Operations Biography Kathleen earned a BS in Biology with minors in Environmental Studies and Music from Westminster College in 1999. Her work experience includes rare plant conservation research and monitoring throughout Utah and the mountain west, and geomorphological studies of desert river systems. Her years of field work transitioned into an emphasis in…
will tyson
Will Tyson
Will Tyson Conservation Scientist, Program Instructor Biography Will holds an MSc in Environmental Studies from University of Victoria and a BA in Environmental Studies from Colby College. His Masters research involved using GIS and traditional ecological knowledge interviews to analyze the cumulative effects of climate change and development on biodiversity and cultural practices in the Arctic. He…
Michael Taylor
Michael Taylor
Michael Taylor Conservation Associate Biography Mike logged a 34- year career with the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management where he served in many capacities, including Wildlife Biologist, Lands and Minerals Specialist, Planning Coordinator and Manager for BLM offices in Yuma and Phoenix Arizona. Throughout his tenure Mike successfully employed collaborative solutions to complex…
Adam Spencer
Adam Spencer
Adam Spencer Patagonia Assistant Instructor Biography Adam Spencer has a BS in Journalism and a BA in Spanish from the University of Oregon. He is the co-President of Filmmakers for Conservation, a league of media professionals passionate about communicating the urgency of conservation. He has worked with the Galapagos National Park, National Geographic, PeruVerde, Energetica,…
Julia Smith
Julia Smith
Julia Smith GIS Analyst Biography Julia holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Bowdoin College and an M.S. in Geography from the University of Montana.  Her previous work experience includes tropical marine conservation projects in Tanzania, Madagascar, and the Netherlands Antilles, as well as permafrost monitoring initiatives in northern Alaska using remote sensing technologies.  She…
Dennis Sizemore
Dennis Sizemore
Dennis Sizemore Executive Director Biography Dennis holds a BS from New Mexico State University in Wildlife Science and a MS from the University of Montana in Wildlife Ecology. His 35 years of conservation work experience includes law enforcement, management, education, and research. A co-founder of Round River, Dennis has served as the organization’s executive director…
Monthusi Sixteen Sinvula
Monthusi “Sixteen” Sinvula
Monthusi “Sixteen” Sinvula Botswana Field Coordinator Biography Monthusi Sinvula, known as “Sixteen,” is a member of the Bayei tribe and grew up in Sankuyo, a village in the Okavango Delta of Botswana. He has been working with Round River since 2013, when he came on to assist with our student program.  Sixteen has his professional assistant guide’s…
Matt Pomilia
Matthew Pomilia
Matt Pomilia Latin America Director Biography Mateo earned an MSc in Biodiversity & Conservation from the University of Leeds (UK) in 2011. His international project experience includes African wild dog research, Costa Rican cloud forest reforestation, and Peace Corps Bolivia agriculture and forestry extension. His recent projects include mountain red fox and wolverine research in…