Nicole is a Wyoming native with a background in wildlife biology and rangeland ecology. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with an undergraduate degree in wildlife biology as well as environment and natural resources and then conducted her graduate research on human-elephant conflicts in western India. Since then, she has worked with many landowners, agencies, and other organizations to help with wildlife projects and habitat restoration. Her passion for wildlife and the outdoors is not limited to work; she enjoys exploring the backcountry, fly fishing, skiing, and camping. Nicole works out of Saratoga, Wyoming as the Habitat Partnership Coordinator helping further mule deer habitat in southern Wyoming.