Conservation Scientist, Program Instructor
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 first became involved with Round River as a student on the Taku program in 2007, where he stayed on to assist with caribou and sheep studies. Since 2010, Will has worked with Round River in Utah conducting interviews and GIS mapping, in Idaho leading wolverine field research crews, and in British Columbia and Chile co-leading student programs. Currently he is assisting with our work in northern British Columbia and the Yukon.