Cynthia is the Science & Education Coordinator for the Whitefish Lake Institute, where she coordinates the Northwest Montana Lakes Network (NMLN)—the long-standing citizen science program managed by WLI and funded by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. She also conducts educational programs and baseline field work. Cynthia joined WLI from the Flathead Conservation District where she was the Assistant Conservationist. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University, a Master of Science in the Field Naturalist Program from the University of Vermont, and completed a one year Professional Residency in Environmental Education at the Teton Science School. Prior to her work at the Conservation District, Cynthia was an Outreach Coordinator for the Ipswich River Watershed Association.
NMLN’s Program Coordinator is supported by Mike Koopal, Executive Director, Whitefish Lake Institute; Matt Boyer, Science Program Supervisor, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks; and Tom Woolf, AIS Bureau Chief, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks