Summary of Qualifications

Dynamic conservation and fire management professional with outstanding analytical, planning, relationship management, and decision-making skills. Extensive outreach and communications experience, team leadership experience, as well as interagency networking, partnership, and coordination. Experimental design and implementation, restoration, crew leadership and management skills. Experience planning and coordinating complex cooperative burns with diverse agencies and stakeholders.



Ph.D. Wildland Fire Science

The Role of Fire in California’s Landscapes Across Spatial and Temporal Scales

Dr. Scott Stephens' Wildland Fire Science Lab

Ecosystem Sciences Division

Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management

University of California at Berkeley,  2016

B.S. Conservation and Resource Studies

Minor: Forestry

Minor: Peace and Conflict Studies

University of California at Berkeley,  2011

Associates with Honors: Liberal Arts, Humanities

Mt. San Jacinto College,  2009


Fire Qualifications

Incident Commander Type 4 (ICT(t)) 

Crewboss, Single Resource (CRWB(t)) 

Firing Boss, Single Resource (FIRB) 
Fire Effects Monitor (FEMO)

Squad Boss / Firefighter Type 1 (FFT1) 
Incident Commander Type 5 (ICT5)  

Basic Faller (FAL3)

Fire Certifications

Basic Firefighter        S-130 / S-190 / I-100 / IS-700 / L-180

Squad Boss        S-131 / S-133 / S-211 / S-212

Field Observer / Fire Effects Monitor        S-290 / S-244

Single Resource Boss        S-230 / S-231 / S-215 / S-219

Burn Boss        RX-301 / RX-341 / RX-310

Aviation        A-110

Facilitative Instructor        M-410