Tiana is an ecologist with a passion for wildlife, conservation and improving scientific literacy.
Originally hailing form Nevada, where she received a Bachelors in wildlife ecology, she moved to Australia to pursue a PhD. Her research focus has been on ungulate ecology and management and she has worked around the world with a variety of species including feral horses, Rothschild’s giraffes, Przewalski’s horses and free ranging cattle.
Always keen to share her and other’s research to improve public understanding of science communication as a Conservation Officer focused on fallow deer in Tasmania.
Tiana works on the land of the Muwinina people.