Emma Bennett, Executive Director
Emma Bennett has worked in association management for over 7 years with groups focused on resource conservation. For other organizations, she has focused on program management including standards development, fundraising, and event coordination. Emma is a South Dakota native, with a degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Global Business and Nonprofit Management from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA. Emma can be reached at email@example.com
Emily Hrabik, Program Director
Emily, a South Dakota native and current resident, received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and taught in Arizona and South Dakota for a handful of years. She was passionate in making sure all her students were successful and is thrilled to bring that passion to Nonprofit Resources. Emily is a busy mom to three boys, a coffee connoisseur, and a lover of the Philadelphia Eagles. Emily can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jenna McCollough, Partnered Researcher
Jenna is a PhD student at the University of New Mexico and the Museum of Southwestern Biology, where she studies evolution, systematics, and natural history of birds in the South Pacific. An Idaho native, Jenna is a third-generation female birder and regularly birds across the western U.S. and internationally. She is also an associate editor of the North American Birds magazine and began working with WBFI in 2021. Jenna can be reached on Twitter @Jenna_merle or via email at email@example.com
Zach Hutchinson, Partnered Naturalist
Zach Hutchinson is an all-around bird enthusiast that owns and operates Flocking Around, a birding and bird feeding informational site. Zach's day job is to coordinate regional science and research efforts in the largest bird conservation group in North America. Zach is a permitted master bander, oversees seven bird banding stations in the Rockies, and has banded over 10,000 birds, from hummingbirds to eagles. Zach has a particular interest in creating digestible public communications on information learned from ornithological research.