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v Conducting graduate research
on Polylepis reticulata in Urvina, Ecuador
v Design and research web pages for Yale FES and Fundación Ñucanchi Yuracuna
9/94-5/97 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
v Received a B.A. in 3 years
in the Distinguished Majors Program in English
v Published Recollecting the Snow as my Honors Thesis
v Echols Scholar and recipient of Intermediate Honors
v Organizing and leading
research team on Polylepis species in the Sacha Huayco forest.
v Supervising additional individual projects on community involvement in reforestation programs, and issues
of water pollution in tropical montane forests.
8/98-12/98 Graduate Teaching Intern, New Jersey School of Conservation, Branchville, NJ.
v Taught classes in Social Studies, Natural Sciences, and Outdoor Pursuits to 5th-8th graders.
4/97- present Co-Founder and Director,Fundación Ñucanchi Yuracuna, Riobamba, Ecuador
v Created the project of
Conservation, Education, and Hope in the Andes of Ecuador
v Currently organizing the preservation of a rare high-altitude cloud forest
v Writing grants and involving undergraduate interns in the fundraising process
v Re-educating five native communities in taditional methods of sustainability
v Conducting the majority of work in Spanish
9/97-8/98 Volunteer English Teacher, WorldTeach at the Harvard Institute for International Development. Riobamba, Ecuador.
v Developed innovative,
hands-on curriculum for teaching English as a second language
v Attended intensive WorldTeach classes in TESL, Ecuadorian culture, and Spanish
v Taught workshops for Ecuadorian English teachers with a focus on replcing memorization and repetition with creative learning
1/96-5/97 Co-Founder and Programmer, iConstruct,
Inc., Charlottesville, Va.
v Developed layout and graphic design for corporate Internet sites
v Tropical Resources
Institute, April 1999
v Recent Graduate Fund at Yale FES, May 1999
v Alta Montaña, December 1998