Brad Winckelmann is an accomplished Restoration Biologist with a passion for nature conservation and information management. He holds a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation Biology and Recreation Resource and Protected Area Management from the State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, as well as a dual Bachelor of Science in Information Management & Technology and Photojournalism from Syracuse University.
Brad has extensive experience in environmental restoration and management, having worked as a Teaching Assistant at SUNY-ESF, an AmeriCorps NCCC Assistant Team Leader, and a Nevada Conservation Corps Crewmember at The Great Basin Institute. Brad is also an expert in information management, having served as an ITS Senior Consultant at Syracuse University.
Brad is best known for his work as a Restoration Biologist at the National Park Service, where he expertly manages and evaluates various conservation projects in national parks throughout the United States. He is passionate about his work and is a respected member of the environmental conservation community.