Jenny received a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University with a major in Natural Resources and a minor in Animal Science. As part of this research on pumas and Mexican gray wolves, she is working under Dr. Carlos López González to receive a masters degree from Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro in Querétaro, México. Previously Jenny worked with a variety of carnivore species for the National Park Service in both Wyoming and California and with NGO's. Originally from upstate New York, she has had a passion for the outdoors and wildlife from a young age. Jenny has great enthusiasm for teaching, learning and exploring the natural world and hopes to do what she can to make a difference for wildlife and people.
"The beauty of your work being so entwined with what drives you, is no matter how tired you get, you don't get tired of your work!"