March 25th, 2019

Jill Terp selected as Deputy Project Leader, San Diego NWRC

In fitting spirit of Women’s History Month, we are honored to announce some history in the making: Jill Terp has been selected as the new Deputy Project Leader of the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex! Under Jill’s leadership as the refuge manager for the past eleven years, the San Diego NWR now protects and manages approximately 12,300 acres of significant wildlife habitats from mountaintops to riverine corridors. She has cultivated diverse partnerships that have allowed the Refuge to expand public access to connect our urban communities with wildlife. She is always involved with the public environmental education and volunteer events on the refuge and trail resign projects such as the Mother Miguel Trail. “Jill has demonstrated exemplary Refuge management by supporting cross-Refuge and cross-agency coordination efforts to manage wildlife habitats throughout south San Diego County,” said project leader Andy Yuen. Please welcome Jill as our new Deputy Project Leader!

The previous and new Deputy Project Leaders, Slader Buck and Jill Terp

Comments are closed.

Site Meter