! Today we are celebrating the extraordinary careers of #womeninpublicservice
. Whether it’s monitoring the migration patterns of Alaska’s majestic Golden Eagles, rafting across remote lakes to sample water quality, or educating the next generation of park stewards, these are the women who redefine what it means to be passionate about National Parks. From first to last: 1. Hanna Rafferty, Park Guide, Fairbanks Interagency Visitor Center. 2. Sharon Kim, Chief of Resources, Kenai Fjords National Park. 3. Heather Coletti, Marine Ecologist, Southwest Alaska Network Inventory & Monitoring Program. 4. Amy Larsen, Aquatic Ecologist & Pilot, Arctic Inventory & Monitoring Program. 5. Carol McIntyre, Wildlife Biologist, Denali National Park & Preserve. 6. Mary Hake, Regional Wildlife Biologist. 7. Lee Reininghaus, Archaeologist, Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve. 8. Hillary Robison, Wildlife Biologist, Western Arctic Parklands.