I am the Regional Fish and Wildlife Health Coordinator for the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (NEAFWA), in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI). I am also a visiting scientist in the Department of Public and Ecosystem Health in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. I provide support to free-ranging fish and wildlife health practitioners in the Northeast US and help coordinate disease diagnostics, surveillance, research, and training to agency partners. Prior to this, I was a wildlife veterinary diagnostician at the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study at the University of Georgia. I hold BS, DVM, and MPH degrees from the University of Missouri and a PhD with a focus in wildlife health from the University of Georgia. I have broad interests in free-ranging fish and wildlife health, with specific interests in the epidemiology and pathobiology of diseases, particularly those at the interface of human, wildlife, and domestic animal health. My interests focus on conserving free-ranging fish and wildlife species through a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach.