Our educators have B.S., M.Sc., or Ph.D. degrees in wildlife biology or a related field making them knowledgeable about the fundamentals of scientific fields. In addition, they are well-versed in contemporary issues related to wildlife biology, wildlife and range management and natural resource conservation. Often they are students in the Welder Wildlife Foundation graduate fellowship program. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. For more information on our education programs please contact one of our educators. We look forward to working with you.
Education Program Coordinator
Angie is our Education Program Coordinator. A native South Texan, she is from Kingsville, Texas where she attended Texas A&M University-Kingsville and completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Range and Wildlife Management and minored in Biology. She served as the Conservation Educator for the Welder Foundation from 2014 to 2015. Upon completion of her internship with the Foundation, she returned to Texas A&M University- Kingsville for her Masters of Science degree in Range and Wildlife Management; she graduated in December 2018. Her Master’s thesis evaluated the effectiveness of the Welder Wildlife Foundation’s Rangeland Curriculum. Angie is in charge of developing, organizing, and conducting the Foundation’s Outreach and Education Program, and coordination of our Volunteer Program. She thoroughly enjoys sharing her love for conservation and stewardship through education with people of all ages.
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Monica is our Conservation Educator. Originally from Forney, Texas, she attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. Monica graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Sustainability and Ecosystem Science and minored in Biology in 2021. Monica is a certified Texas Master Naturalist and the current secretary for the Prairie Oaks Chapter. She enjoys being outdoors and educating the public on conservation practices.
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