IoE Rough Cut Seminar - Jennifer Carpenter - "Transboundary Wildlife Management In Yellowstone"
- Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 126 - view map
Jennifer Carpenter will give a talk titled "Transboundary Wildlife Management In Yellowstone National Park" on Wednesday, Nov. 15th, at noon in Barnard Hall room 126.
Jennifer Carpenter was selected as the park’s new chief of the Yellowstone Center for Resources (YCR) in 2016. Carpenter has been acting chief since her predecessor, David Hallac, left Yellowstone in late 2014 to become the superintendent of the Outer Banks Group in North Carolina.
As YCR Chief, Carpenter is responsible for overseeing more than 100 permanent and seasonal employees. YCR was created in 1993 and is responsible for managing all park science and resource management operations—wildlife management, aquatic resources, vegetation, cultural resources, geology and physical resources, social science, environmental compliance, science communications, and research programs. YCR works to promote scientific research within the park and integrate that research into management decisions.
Jennifer has worked in Yellowstone since 2012, where she served as the Branch Chief for Compliance and Science Communications until 2014.
Prior to arriving in Yellowstone, Jennifer worked at Grand Teton National Park, Lassen Volcanic National Park, and Bandelier National Monument.
Before joining the National Park Service in 2004, Jennifer worked as a biologist for several environmental consulting firms and for the Arizona Game & Fish Department. Jennifer obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona and a Master of Science in Applied Ecology and Environmental Resources from Arizona State University.
For more information on YCR, visit here.