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ASSISTANT BIOLOGIST

Habitat Conservation/Mitigation Plan Review and Implementation; Report Writing and Data Review; Wildlife Field Surveys; Natural Resource Management; Biological Impact Assessment and Mitigation; Incidental Take Authorization

KEY PROJECTS
  • Solano County Habitat Conservation Plan, Fairfield, CA
  • California Tiger Salamander Construction Monitoring, Sonoma County, CA
  • Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Marine Mammal Incidental Take Authorization, Monterey, CA
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WOULD YOU RATHER LIVE BY THE BEACH, BY THE MOUNTAINS, OR IN THE CITY?

I would rather live by the beach because I love the ocean and my whole family thrives near the ocean. We all surf and swim (I’m still learning to surf and I bodyboard), and we go to the beach as much as possible.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM? 

I love the San Francisco 49ers football team and have since I was a kid. Our whole family cheers for them and we are excited to live fairly close to them now in the Bay Area. We did a fun tour of Candlestick Park before it was demolished and it was great to go through the players’ tunnel and run out on the field with my husband and son. Our favorite player is Jerry Rice – the best 49er who ever played.

WHAT ARE YOUR HOBBIES?

I love to dance and have been dancing since I was 3 years old. I love swimming, hiking, being in nature, doing yoga and zumba, reading novels, and watching movies. My family and I love playing card games and board games together, too!

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE VACATION SPOT? 

My husband is from Maui and my favorite vacation spot is Hana. It is so peaceful and serene there. We used to live in Hawaii and it was our favorite getaway spot. Our son was born in Hawaii, too, so Hawaii will always be very special to me.

WHAT IS THE BEST PART OF YOUR JOB?

I love collaborating with the great people at LSA and getting opportunities to challenge myself with new projects. I also am proud to work to protect endangered and threatened species and to be an important part of the huge, ongoing Solano County Habitat Conservation Plan.

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