Kerry Gold

Kerry was born and raised in Upstate New York and enjoyed spending time in the Adirondack and Berkshire mountains where she developed her interest in natural resources conservation. She focused on this passion when she attended Colorado State University and obtained a B.S. in wildlife biology. She has since gained extensive experience in habitat management and conservation in a variety of different places including the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington, northeastern sand pine forests, Death Valley deserts, and the Rocky Mountains of western Colorado. She spent several years in Pinedale, Wyoming with Wyoming Game and Fish as a habitat biologist focusing on protecting and enhancing natural landscapes for people and wildlife alike. Outside of her conservation work, Kerry spends her time enjoying the public lands in her backyard while sport climbing, backpacking, skiing, snowboarding, and bird hunting with her German wirehaired pointer.