Terri Schulz is Senior Conservation Ecologist for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado as a core member of the Conservation Science and Planning Team. She has worked for The Nature Conservancy for more than 25 years. Her current projects focus on land management, Monitoring Evaluation and Learning framework and working with ranchers on improved management and conservation outcomes. She also leads large-scale conservation planning efforts and has trained TNC and partner staff in the Rocky Mountains as well as in Thailand, Kenya, Mongolia, China and India. Terri is the network lead for the Western United States and is on the executive board for the Conservation Coaches Network and Conservation Measures Partnership. Terri earned a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Range Ecology from Colorado State University.
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