Jennifer Schuetz Hadley
Jennifer's passion for the environment goes hand in hand with her educational and work history.
While earning her degree in environmental analysis at Davidson College in North Carolina, she went backpacking and her love for the outdoors blossomed. She then pursued her master's in ecology and environmental science at the University of Maine.
Always up for a challenge, Jennifer moved to New Mexico, where she knew she needed to work near and for the only visible water around — the Rio Grande. She then spent 16 years coordinating K-12 and university students collecting long-term ecological data at the Bosque Environmental Monitoring Program.
In spring 2016, Jennifer moved to St. Paul to be closer to family (her sister had recently accepted a position at the Mayo Clinic). Today, she is excited to help protect and restore a much larger river and watershed in a cooler, wetter environment.
Jennifer will be managing FMR's constituent management databases and supporting staff to best work and communicate with our growing base of members, advocates and volunteers.
When not in the office, Jennifer is helping her husband Dustin restore their 1913 home in St. Paul and spending as much time kayaking, cross-country skiing or hiking as she can. Jen also works part-time as the executive director for the Fractal Foundation, which uses the beauty of fractals to inspire greater interest in science, math and art.
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