Anthony Ciocco

Anthony Ciocco is a USGS Climate Adaptation Scientist who initially joined the NC CASC program in July of 2020 as a BIA Pathways Program Intern. Anthony holds a Masters of Science in Natural Resources Management, a Masters Certificate in Wildlife Management, and a Bachelors of Science in Wildlife Management from Oregon State University, as well as a Bachelors of Arts in Ethnic Studies from the University of Colorado - Boulder. Anthony is Mvskoke (Creek and Seminole) and lives on the Navajo Nation with his wife and four children. Anthony has worked in ecological restoration, wildlife and fisheries management, rangelands, and agriculture and will be engaging in the production of partnerships-driven climate adaptation science with the NC CASC.