Giselle Vandrick is a Dangermond Fellow based out of Berkeley, California. Recently completing her undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley in Forestry and Justice & Sustainability, she has a particular passion for harnessing the power of GIS to address natural resource management and environmental justice issues in rural areas. As a Dangermond Fellow, she is excited to further develop her geospatial skills and provide technical GIS support to others in their conservation efforts. She also hopes to develop innovative GIS solutions for conservation on working lands and environmental accessibility in urban communities.

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