Catherine is passionate about the conservation of native systems for birds and for people; one of her top priorities for the NGPJV is to amplify the role of ranchers and working lands agriculture in bird conservation. She has experience with habitat and avian conservation programs and policy and experience researching wildlife-habitat interactions. Catherine lives in Clancy, Montana with her husband and daughter, and can often be found hiking, skiing, camping, trying to improve her birding skills, or anything else that takes her outside.
Conservation Programs Coordinator
Erin has extensive experience working with habitat and bird conservation programs, agricultural operations and is partnership-oriented. She has worked in the Northern Great Plains region of Montana for years and is passionate about native grasslands and grassland-obligate bird species. Erin lives in Choteau, Montana and can be found hiking, birding and skiing along the Front.
Science Integration Specialist
Krista holds a Master of Environmental Management (M.E.M.), a Master of Forestry (M.F.), and a certificate in geospatial analysis from Duke University. She has experience working with habitat conservation programs and partners throughout western South Dakota. Krista lives in Rapid City, South Dakota and can be found hiking, camping, or knitting a blanket in her free time.
PPJV Communications Specialist
Lucinda works part-time with the NGPJV to provide communications support. She holds an M.S. in Environmental Conservation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lucinda lives in Helena, Montana and enjoys taking advantage of the many ways to recreate outdoors. A lifelong violinist, she plays with the Helena, Bozeman, and Great Falls Symphony Orchestras.