Isabel has lived in Oregon since late 2018. She recently graduated from Oregon State University with her M.S. in Human Dimensions of Wildlife Science. Her thesis focused on assessing the cultural beliefs of Latin@/x identifying people of the Willamette Valley, and how these influence their outdoor recreation habits and use of outdoor spaces. She has been an environmental educator since 2017, working with Pre-k, K-12 kids, and adults, while also leading community outreach efforts and volunteer projects. She’s very excited to contribute to WREN’s mission of increasing awareness of our native habitats while inspiring the next generation of environmental stewards. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, birding, and spending time with her friends and family.