National Park Rangers come in all shapes and sizes. Our Meet Your Ranger series introduces you to the many amazing faces that support your OBX national parks every day. Hometown: Whitney Point, New York Position: Public Affairs Specialist for Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Wright Brothers National Memorial (Outer Banks Group). Where..
National Park Rangers come in all shapes and sizes. Our Meet Your Ranger series introduces you to the many amazing faces that support your OBX national parks every day. Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee Education: M.B.A. Emory University; M.S. in International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology; B.A. in German, Samford University Position in Your Parks: Management Analyst Where she can..
Hometown: Townson, Maryland Education: Ph.D., Duke University; B.S., University of Maryland Position: Chief of Resource Management and Science for the National Parks of Eastern North Carolina (I work in five parks!) Where you’ll find her: On the road in my government vehicle – I travel all the time to Cape Lookout, Moore’s Creek and throughout Cape Hatteras National Seashore! Other national parks she’s worked at: Everglades National Park (Florida),..
Hometown: Lincolnton, NC Education: NC State University, History major and minor in Social Studies Education Position: Cultural Resource Manager Where you’ll find her: At the Museum Resource Center located at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Other national parks she’s worked at: Vicksburg National Military Park What exactly is the Museum Resource Center? The Museum..
Hometown: Rocky Mount, NC Education: East Carolina University majoring in Recreation and Park Management Previous Park Experience: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Where You’ll Find Him: Lead District Ranger, Cape Hatteras National Seashore How did you know you wanted to be a park ranger? Growing up in Eastern North Carolina we always visited the Outer Banks..
Hometown: Starks, Maine Education: Unity College, majoring in Parks, Recreation, and Ecotourism Where you’ll find him: Lead Park Ranger, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site What do you do as Lead Park Ranger at Fort Raleigh? My job is basically to oversee the visitor center and the day to day operations of the park. I..
We’re excited to bring you this new series to introduce you to the park rangers who spend their days protecting and showcasing your OBX national parks. Be make sure you’re subscribed to our email list to get future Meet Your Ranger profiles! Education: Studied Communications and History at Asbury University, Wilmore KY Where you’ll find..