Caitlyn Campbell (she/her) is a master's student in Wildlife Ecology through the Natural Resource Ecology and Management program, the same department from which she received her bachelor's in 2016. Between the completion of her ungraduated degree and the start of her graduate program, she served as the education director at a wildlife rehabilitation facility in southern Illinois and as a supervisor in the education department at a facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). She currently serves as a research assistant for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' Student Services Office. She is also the current graduate student representative for the Natural Resource Ecology and Management department's DEI Committee and the Vice President for the Graduate and Professional Student Senate for the 2022-2023 academic year. Her research focuses on environmental and conservation education accessibility and equitability in institutions affiliated with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
In her spare time, Caitlyn's hobbies include rock climbing, horseback riding, coffee shop hopping, and hiking with her rescue pit bull, Wonka.