Yasmine Hentati earned a B.S. in Wildlife Ecology & Management from the University of Maryland, College Park in May 2016. Since then, she has worked with with the USDA-ARS on a tickborne disease project, and with the University of Nebraska on mule deer survival and mortality. Most of her work has been with ungulates and she and is excited to venture into the carnivore world with the Cook County Coyote Project. In the future, Yasmine plans to pursue a Master's and eventually a PhD in wildlife ecology, hoping to focus on predator-prey dynamics in human-altered landscapes.
Field Technician, Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation