I teach graduate classes in conservation for Project Dragonfly in conjunction with the Brookfield Zoo, San Diego Zoo Global, Denver Zoo, and the Wildlife Conservation Society. I was Lead Faculty for Natural and Physical Science at Colorado State University Global, until the pandemic hit causing cuts in staff. I taught, revised, and oversaw revisions for online science courses, many of which included labs. I also spent time as the chairperson for the Strategic Planning Committee withing the Society for Conservation Biology's Conservation Genetics Working Group.
I have four publications in peer-reviewed journals and a passion for writing for the public. My writing can be found in Science, The Chronicle for Higher Education, Model Aviation, the Children's magazine Highlights, and on the Cheetah Conservation Fund website. Current projects have taken me towards science-based books for kids. I'm working on a children's chapter book, and have plans for more non-fiction books for kids and adults in the future.