Hello, my name is Casey and I am a wildlife biologist by trade. Until recently, I had been working internationally as a wildlife biologist with a nonprofit organization, contracted through U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services on the island of Rota, in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. On this island I discovered a passion for outreach and education through guest lectures at the high school located on the island. So, when I returned to Texas I decided to go back to school for a masters in secondary education with a teaching certificate. I am currently between semesters and working towards my goal of being able to teach and share my passion for wildlife, biology, and environmental sciences. I have the most experience with high school age and younger students, but I am always up for a student that will challenge me to learn and grow myself. I look forward to meeting new students to learn and teach with. If you have any questions feel free to contact me through Varsity Tutors.
Graduated from Stony Point High School 2011
B.S. in Wildlife, Ecosystem, and Sustainability Sciences from Tarleton State University 2015
Undergraduate Degree: Tarleton State University - Bachelor of Science, Wildlife, Fish, and Wildlands Science and Management
Hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, outdoorsmanship, archery, leatherwork, video games, photography, world travel.