Natural Science Instructor
My first teaching job was at Leech Lake Tribal College, where I taught biology labs and a biology class while I was in graduate school. After graduation, I took a job as a watershed district administrator. However, I found I missed the classroom and being a part of college life. I returned to teaching at White Earth Tribal and Community College, where I taught various science classes for two years before returning to LLTC.
My interests are the outdoors and education. I enjoy learning about and experiencing nature and all types of outdoor activities, and I love being in the classroom – either as a student or instructor. I am currently a PhD student in the Earth System Science and Policy program at UND.
MNSCU Biology Credentialing – Bemidji State University, 2019.
M.S. Earth System Science and Policy – University of North Dakota, 2016.
B.S. Environmental Science – Slippery Rock University, 2013.
B.S. Business Management – Western Illinois University, 2003.
My research has mostly been in assessing the impacts of human activities on water resources.
Geology, Introduction to Renewable Energy, and Woodland Plants.