Student Programs Co-Director
Sara received an MS in environmental science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and a BS in environmental science and ecology from SUNY Brockport. She has conducted international research focused on animal personality on a rodent endemic to central Chile. Sara is a field biologist with experience in academia, education, and private environmental consultation. Her expertise includes behavioral ecology, wildlife and vegetation monitoring, policy research, and nature education. Additionally, Sara has volunteered her time to expanding citizen science through herbarium digitization, participating in wildlife surveys, and educating the public at local nature centers. Sara has been an instructor with Round River in Belize and Patagonia, Chile, a Programs Coordinator, and is currently Student Programs Co-Director.