Rebecca Hunter spearheads outreach for Wildlands Network’s Pacific program. Rebecca mobilizes community support, develops connectivity education, coordinates events, and cultivates partnerships in the Pacific area.
Rebecca graduated from Colorado College in 2016, where she studied Ecology and English. She worked as a research assistant on a demography study of flammulated owls in Colorado, then went on to conduct independent research on the factors that influence brood dynamics in that population. After college, she taught sixth grade science at KIPP Heritage Academy, a public charter school in San Jose, California. Rebecca moved to Seattle and joined Wildlands Network in fall 2017.
In her free time, Rebecca loves to hike, climb, mountaineer, surf, and stargaze in the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys yoga, reading, and listening to music ranging from Bob Dylan to Mac Dre.