Science Advisory CouncilMember
Since 1980, Kerry has been involved in wildlife and veterinary health pathology and diagnostic investigations, including serving as a Wildlife Health Specialist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, investigating and evaluating diseases of Wisconsin wildlife. Kerry has been a member of WGF since the beginning, and currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Energy Policy Work Group. For the past six years, she has been dedicated to energy policy issues, process, public participation and education. She is convinced that the means to reduce energy inefficiencies in our current systems and the reduction of greenhouse gases are within our reach, and she is committed to helping move Wisconsin energy policy and planning forward!
Kerry has also been a Wisconsin volunteer naturalist and habitat restoration technician since 2010, the Audubon Christmas Bird Count volunteer coordinator since 2009, a Science Advisory Board member of the Great Lakes Wildlife Association, and a member of the Southwest Wisconsin Area Progressives Board of Directors since 2015.
Kerry’s interests and hobbies include her family, pets, hiking, bird watching, upland game bird hunting, gardening, habitat restoration, environmental education, wildlife advocacy, and making home canned products for local farmers’ markets.