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While growing up in Colorado, Nicole loved being outdoors exploring and seeing wildlife. In high school, she either wanted a job that revolved around wildlife or wanted to be an animal rights lawyer. Nicole attended Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado where she earned her B.S. in Wildlife Biology and minor in Environmental Science. While in college, she interned for the Student Conservation Service (SCA) partnered with the US FWS. After college Nicole worked for the Forest Service and the National Park Service for a season. She enjoyed both of those positions, but was still looking for the right “fit.” One of her searches led her to learn about an opportunity at Teton Regional Land Land Trust. She was inspired by the accomplishments of the Land Trust and quickly realized that she wanted to be a part of the important and permanent work that is being done.