Mrs. Dimitrie is a herpetologist by training with experience working on a wide range of wildlife and habitat projects. Her previous role focused on expanding expertise in natural resources services as well as developing regional and national strategies for the future of a mid-size environmental consulting firm. Specifically, Mrs. Dimitrie focused on supporting client needs and markets that intersect with natural resources/wildlife ecology by providing expertise in high-quality site and species data collection, technical reporting, project management, and making recommendations for agency coordination. She has over fifteen years of reptile and amphibian survey experience and also has considerable experience with Pacific fisheries, GIS analysis, and stream classification. Throughout her career, she has employed a variety of quantitative skills as well as mapping and technical writing for both agency reporting and peer-reviewed publication. At SIG she supports ideas, initiatives, and activities that create long-term value for the organization. Mrs. Dimitrie grew up hiking, fishing, and hunting in California’s diverse habitats and now supports SIG in projects that seek to protect these resources under great threat from fire, drought, and climate change.