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Contact: Sue Walter, 520-387-6849 x7301
Ajo, Arizona –Organ Pipe Cactus welcomes the newest member of the management team. Amy Stasch has been selected as Chief of Business Management overseeing all administrative functions.
Most recently Amy worked for nearly four years as a budget analyst and administrative manager at Scotts Bluff National Monument. She also worked five seasons as a field (interpretive) ranger in Katmai National Park and Preserve, Mammoth Cave National Park, and Tongass National Forest. She also completed the National Park Service Business Plan Internship at Scotts Bluff National Monument in 2009.
For 18 months in 2010 and 2011, Amy merged her interests in science and interpretation working for the Research Ambassador Program in Olympia Washington. With program director, Nalini Nadkarni, Amy brainstormed and developed innovative programs to link scientists directly with non-traditional audiences, including inmates, elderly, and religious communities.
Amy attended Indiana University, completing a Masters of Environmental Science and Masters of Public Affairs. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from Dominican University of California, with a Minor in Chemistry.
In her spare time Amy enjoys hiking, camping, reading and enjoying a good cup of coffee.
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