Jacob Cianci Gaskill is the new SWMP Coordinator at Old Woman Creek Reserve.
Please join NERRA in welcoming Jacob Cianci Gaskill, the new System Wide Monitoring Program Coordinator at Ohio’s Old Woman Creek Reserve.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of the NERRS and contribute to the monitoring program,” says Jacob. “Knowing my work will make a difference is a great feeling, and I am so fortunate to be joining such a great team here at Old Woman Creek.”
Jacob is finishing his PhD in Natural Resources at the University of Missouri. Originally from Western New York, he received his Bachelor’s in Environmental Science from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and his Master’s in Biology, with an emphasis on Aquatic Sciences, from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. He enjoys spending his free time reading, hiking with his dog, and trying—with limited success—to keep tropical plants alive inside his home.
Another perk about his new job? “I’m excited to be able to come to work each day at such a beautiful place!”
Want more Reserve stories delivered to your inbox? Subscribe to our newsletter.