I am a Lead Conservation Ecologist at the Field Museum focused on translating data into action to conserve species, their habitats, and connect people with nature.

I am interested in conservation, population ecology, and mechanisms affecting diversity and community assembly, especially in response to natural or anthropogenic change. I enjoy combining fieldwork, specimen-based research, and open-sourced biodiversity data with quantitative approaches.

My favorite focal species are amphibians and reptiles but I have worked with many different types of organisms in various places in the past.

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