Field Education Faculty
M.Ed., Science Education, University of Washington
Certificate in Education, Environment and Community, Islandwood's Graduate Program, WA
B.S., Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut
Selena grew up exploring the waterways and forests of Maine. Before moving to Jackson Hole in 2005, she worked as a naturalist for the Appalachian Mountain Club and a bird bander for Point Reyes Bird Observatory. She has worked for the Teton Science Schools as an instructor, bird bander, and wildlife expeditions guide, and now coordinates our field education programming in Idaho. She lives in Victor, Idaho and enjoys hiking, fly fishing, gardening, backcountry skiing, and playing with her dogs.