Our director, Jennifer Lowry is a biologist with over 20 years of experience working in the conservation and animal fields. Holding a dual master's degree from both USA and Mexico and is bilingual. Lowry has experince working with governments from both sides of the border. She enjoys painting, hiking, birding and loves to read and write. A beliver in collabortive conservation and hand-on learning to fit the needs of a community or individual. She believes that innovative, stylized approaches to conservation are needed, and believes we need to do more for the environment through mitigation, especially through conservation corridors. She also believes new tecnologies should be implimented as long as they have no negative impacts on the species of study. The majority of her experiences comes from working on endangered species projects. The rest of the team consists of highly trained community monitors and bringing in new talent depending on projects and funds.