Kristin Combs named Wyoming Untrapped program director

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Yesterday, Wyoming Untrapped (WU) announced Kristin Combs as the organization's new program director. According to a release issued by the organization yesterday, Combs brings a wealth of experience and knowledge as well as a fervent passion for the mission of WU. She has six years of non-profit program experience including working with Teton Science Schools and three and a half years working in education as a middle school biology teacher. "Kristin greatly looks forward to taking WU into the future and expanding the impact of the mission. She will use her personal education, non-profit and education experience to run the day-to-day operations of the organization and to also provide new windows of opportunities for trapping reform in the state of Wyoming," state WU in the release. The release goes on to state, "A strong but compassionate desire for advocacy for the safety of wildlife, people and pets drives Kristin to work hard toward trapping regulation changes not only in Wyoming but nationwide as well. She is dedicated to creating a safe and humane environment for wildlife through sound scientific practices." Combs possesses a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Management from Wright State University as well as a Master of Education and Master of Science in Science Education from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. She moved to the valley in 2004 and is well connected to both Jackson and Teton Valley, Idaho. *Feature Photo: Kristin Combs. h/t Wyoming Untrapped / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news