Marissa Hahn is a native of North Carolina where her interest in the natural world first started. Bringing her passion for the environment and conservation with her, she then moved on to go to college at Virginia Tech as an undergraduate in the college of Natural Resources and Environment. In her college career, she has previously been an undergraduate research assistant to the 2015 grant “Assessing the importance of Cape Cod National Seashore to Staging Endangered Roseate Terns.” More recently, she was a Naturalist center intern and non-invertebrate Lab technician at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences for the summer of 2016. Currently, she is working as an undergraduate researcher at the Conservation Management Institute.
Watch Marissa's presentation below!