Lindsay Coe

2021-07-28T19:25:39+00:00

Lindsay Coe Intern Lindsay Coe is a photographer and filmmaker with an educational background in cultural anthropology and journalism. She is passionate about merging aesthetically beautiful visuals with powerful stories and strives to create 'visual anthropology' through her work. She is conscious of her responsibility as a storyteller and strives to Read more...

Marisa Wesker

2021-07-28T20:04:35+00:00

Marisa Wesker Intern Marisa Wesker was the Spring 2021 Americorps service-member through Teton Science Schools. Marisa worked with NRCC to help plan and execute the 2021 Virtual Jackson Hole Wildlife Symposium. Her interests, while broad, intersected with NRCC’s priorities of conservation from all perspectives: ecological, political, social, economic, and personal. She Read more...

Nina Moore

2021-07-28T20:05:06+00:00

Nina Moore Intern Nina Moore was a fall 2020 AmeriCorps member through Teton Science School. Nina helped to further develop NRCC’s social media and digital platforms. Nina is interested in science communication. She used this opportunity to learn more about the work of NRCC Research Associates and find new ways to Read more...

Jess Greenburg

2021-07-28T20:08:21+00:00

Jess Greenburg Intern Jess Greenburg has worked with NRCC for the past year and a half. In 2020, she updated the format and content of NRCC’s website. Jess also completed a research project on food security in Teton County. Jess recently received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Ursinus College. Read more...

Elsa Rall

2021-07-28T20:05:26+00:00

Elsa Rall Intern Elsa Rall was a summer 2020 AmeriCorps member through the Teton Science School. Elsa updated NRCC’s social media platforms, grew our followership, and began the popular #WildlifeWednesday series. She also collaborated with NRCC Research Associates to communicate their research and the impacts of Covid-19 on their work. Upon Read more...

Bea Portela

2021-07-28T20:06:03+00:00

Bea Portela Intern Bea Portela is an undergraduate at Yale University majoring in Environmental Studies and Political Science. Bea studies perceptions of recreation in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. In summer 2020, Bea continued this work by focusing on understanding perceptions, motivations, and personal ethics behind recreation in Jackson. Bea is interested Read more...

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