Field Experience Coordinator
Keri Geiser is a Field Experience Coordinator at Ecology Project International, where she is dedicated to bridging the gap between education and the natural world. With a background in Geoscience, Biology, and Environmental Studies, Keri has a deep understanding of the importance of hands-on learning. Born and raised in southwestern Pennsylvania, she now calls Missoula, MT her home.
With experience working as a field researcher in Maine and providing natural history education in Glacier National Park and Missoula, Keri brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to her role as a Field Experience Coordinator. In her role, she works with teachers and student groups to connect and prepare them for their field courses. She is excited to help students and teachers see the natural world in a new light, inspiring them to become stewards of these amazing places.
In her free time, Keri loves to spend time outdoors, skiing, fishing, hiking with her dog, and working with kids in the community. With her combination of education, experience, and passion, Keri is a valuable asset to the Ecology Project International team, working to connect students and teachers to the wonders of the natural world.