Corinna Riginos is the Wyoming Director of Science for The Nature Conservancy. Her work at TNC centers on reducing the impacts of roads on big game movements and migrations and developing innovative strategies for sagebrush ecosystem restoration. Corinna uses field research to test the effectiveness of measures to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions and increase road permeability to migratory big game; she combines this with regional data to support wildlife and transportation managers’ strategic planning. Additionally, she supports the Wyoming chapter’s work on wildlife migrations and rangelands. Corinna received her doctorate from the University of California—Davis.