Windy Selig, M.S.Instructional Coordinator, Ecosystem Science Field Experience Lab
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- Masters of Science in Forestry, Northern Arizona University
- Bachelors of Arts in Sustainable Community Development, Prescott College
- Negotiating Environmental Solutions, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, Udall Foundation
- Collaboration Skills for Environmental Professionals, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, Udall Foundation
- Adjunct Faculty of the Year, Leadville Campus, Spring 2020
- Greer, W. 2012. Fact Sheet: Managing Sources of Conflict in Collaborative Settings, Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University.
- Greer, W. 2012. Notes from the Field, Landscape Conservation Forecasting, Parashant Partnership Workshop. Fire Learning Network.
- Egan, et al. 2014. The History of the Four Forest Restoration Initiative: 1980s–2010, Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University.
- Greer, W. 2014. Collaboration. In D. Egan & T. Dubay (Eds.), Breaking Barriers Building Bridges: Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook (pp. 36). Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University.
Windy Selig joined the CMC Leadville team in Spring 2020 as adjunct faculty member and received the Adjunct Faculty of Year award that same year. Windy brings a decade of professional and educational experience in collaborative natural resource management, including collaborative leadership, student engagement, and field research. She is passionate about working with students to enhance their academic experience through real world science applications. She believes there is no better investment of time than mentoring students in the process and discovery of science in the outdoors.
Prior to joining the CMC Leadville team, Windy worked at the Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI) while simultaneously pursuing a Master’s in Forestry at Northern Arizona University. At ERI, she had the opportunity to engage in multiple field studies, facilitate collaborative partnerships, and work with non-profit and government partners on large-scale public lands restoration projects. As principle of WSelig Facilitation, Windy has also facilitated natural resource management collaborative groups in partnership with government agencies focused on landscape restoration in central Colorado.
Windy and her family live in Salida, where they take every opportunity to get out hiking, rafting, and skiing in the beautiful Arkansas River Valley.