About Jamie

Jamie earned a B.S. in Forest Management in 2004, with a minor in Wood Products Business and Marketing and an M.S. in Forest Resources in 2006, with a focus on Pennsylvania’s roundwood utilization. Both degrees were from Pennsylvania State University. She worked for four years as the Undergraduate Program Coordinator for students in forestry, wildlife/fisheries and wood products at Penn State, where she advised approximately 300 undergraduate students and taught two introductory courses. She has worked in various field positions for Penn State, private industry, the National Park Service, and the Colorado State Forest Service. She is currently the Experiential Learning Coordinator for the CSFS and the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University. Through this role she coordinates the CSFS Volunteer program and teaches hands-on field courses. She also advises the CSU Alpha Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters. Jamie is very active in the Society of American Foresters at the local, state, and national level. She is also working on a PhD in Higher Education Leadership at CSU.



  • Volunteering, experiential learning, and service learning. Diversity & inclusion in higher education and natural resources disciplines. Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow


  • The Society of American Foresters