AmeriCorps Team Member
Cassie Sevigny — Media Coordinator
Cassie is a recent graduate of Economics and Creative Writing at the University of Montana. A lover of water and mountains, Missoula was a piece of home away from her Puget Sound home. She aims to bring awareness to environmental issues through her writing and outdoor involvement with WEN. Currently Cassie takes photographs and notes to write stories for the WEN blog, updates the website, and assists with a variety of programs in the field or classrooms.
University of Montana Interns
Sylvia Doyle — Curriculum Intern
Sylvia is working on a Master’s in Environmental Studies with an Education focus at the University of Montana. She wants to learn how citizen science projects and other place-based instruction can be applied to science education in schools. Before coming to Missoula, Sylvia received a B.A. in Environmental Science from Colby College, then worked as a Lead Instructor at Teton Science Schools in Jackson, Wyoming. Sylvia loves mountains; in her spare time she watercolors and runs on them, skis up and down them, and climbs on the prettiest rocks she can find.
Daniel Wight — Stream Team Coordinator
Daniel Wight is a senior studying Environmental Science and Geoscience at the University of Montana Western. Daniel has lived in Montana his whole life and is no stranger to its natural beauty. His love for the outdoors grew into a passion to pursue conservation professionally. His other fascinations in life include fishing, hiking, snowboarding, and of course playing in Montana’s creeks. He is currently working with WEN to collect stream data and educate the public about watershed health importance.
Dominique Nault — Climate Change Intern
Dominique is pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Climate Change. A Montana native, she grew up appreciating the great outdoors and the knows the importance of clean environment; she has always been interested in the interaction between people and the environment and hopes to better communicate issues facing the environment through WEN. Dominique is currently interning for WEN to create curriculum for the youth of Missoula on the importance of watersheds.
Kyra Searcy is a Senior at the UM majoring in Resource Conservation with minors in International Development Studies and Wilderness Studies. Kyra is originally from the mountains of Colorado, but came to Montana for the College of Forestry and Conservation. The Wilderness and Civilization program through the Wilderness Institute on campus is how she got connected with the Watershed Education Network. Through her work at WEN she hopes to bring wild places to the youth and adults of Missoula through field education and citizen science.
High School Interns — Montana Monofilament Recovery & Recycling Program
Bo Hahn — MT MRRP Intern
Lucas Hall — MT MRRP Intern
Lucas is a sophomore at Big Sky High School. He is a 2016 alum of WEN’s Youth Conservation Corps program and through this program he decided he wanted to continue gaining experience with WEN. He loves the outdoors and is interested in forestry. Lucas’ spirit animal is a direwolf.
Haley Inabnit — MT MRRP Intern
Haley is a senior at Hellgate High School who enjoys studying the Arabic language and being outdoors. This previous summer she worked with WEN on a YCC field crew, and worked on an expedition trail crew with Montana Conservation Corps the summer before that. Post-graduation she plans to work on a crew with MCC before taking off on a Moroccan expedition.
Camryn Williams — MT MRRP Intern